Disney Friends for Change on the Disney
Channel before. It’s a global initiative that encourages kids everywhere to make
a difference, doing what they can to help people, communities and our planet.
to save the world? You don’t have to do it alone. You’ve probably seen
starting Monday, June 18, the program’s stepping up their game with the help of
some of our fave Disney stars. Disney has announced their newest Ambassadors
Program in which Debby Ryan (Jessie), Bella Thorne and Zendaya
(Shake It Up) and Ross Lynch and Laura Marano (Austin &
Ally) will serve as Friends for Change Ambassadors, inspiring everyone to
make a change by taking action and volunteering.
three efforts that will be awarded grants from the Disney Friends for Change
campaigns? “Helping Communities – Volunteer” led by Debby Ryan, in
collaboration with Free the Children, “Helping People – Be a Leader” led by
Bella Thorne and Zendaya, in collaboration with Free the Children, and “Helping
the Planet – Green Your Scene” led by Ross Lynch and Laura Marano, in
collaboration with TreePeople.
Channel, Radio Disney and Disney.com will record the new ambassadors all
summer, showing you their efforts and how you can help (you can even vote for
your fave ambassador’s campaign!). Friends for Change will also provide tons of
info online about ways you can make a difference.
super excited to know that our fave Disney stars are using their talent to help
the world. We’re especially inspired by Debby Ryan, who helped build a new
school for a local village in India! On Friday, June 29, Debby will reveal
personal stories of her volunteer work, so be sure to tune in to Disney
Channel! We know we will.
more info on how YOU can make a difference in your community, CLICK HERE.
you could team up with any celeb for some community service, who would it be?
Blog about it, babes.
BY KELLY GIERON ON 6/22/2012 12:00:00 PM
POSTED IN celeb gossip, entertainment, television, Disney, Shake It Up, Jessie, Celebs, Zendaya, Debby Ryan, Bella Thorne, Get Inspired, eco-friendly, do gooder