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Let's Do Better Movement

Cause Area

  • Advocacy & Human Rights
  • Education & Literacy
  • Justice & Legal
  • Race & Ethnicity
  • Women


3841 River Mansion DrivePeachtree Corners, GA 30096 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

Create impactful & enduring change by engaging and educating the next generation of leaders allowing them to address social justice and equality issues they see happing locally and globally, using love & education.


When it comes to battling social justice and equality issues, actions matter! Too often, these type of issues are addressed with anger, frustration & hate. We believe there is a better way to address these complex issues to create lasting change. The Let's Do Better Movement creates, funds & supports organizational chapters on high school and college campuses. Each chapter is comprised of young adults who love helping other people. We teach our next generation of leaders the importance of leading from the heart, serving their communities and using love & education as the primary tools to battle the injustices they see happening locally, in their communities and globally. The members of each chapter identify their own unique passions for service and work to create change in their communities. One chapter may seek to address racial injustices while another may choose to ensure equal rights and opportunities are available for women and yet another may choose to address homelessness and hunger. We don't "push" issues on our members. We help them identify issues that tug at their hearts and work to give them the tools that they can use to make a difference on their chosen social justice or equality issue.


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