One of The Inspiration Report‘s many missions is highlighting organizations and individuals that are making the world a better place. One such organization is the ONE Campaign that helps fight poverty and preventable disease in the U.S. and abroad. You might remember their star-studded public service announcements from a few years ago.

Now they have a new campaign entitled “Why Bother?” that showcases how you can make a difference in the lives of millions of children in five years.

For more information on what you can do, visit the ONE campaign online.

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