At Helen Doron, we believe a hero is anyone who uses his or her abilities to make life better for others. Everyone, young and old, has this ability. Our latest international campaign, Young Heroes, will inspire children everywhere to unleash their inner hero and find out just how powerful they are!
How do you deal with a challenge in your community? It takes team work. Together, we can discover what needs to be done. Dream up a solution. And do what it takes.
what can you do?
Go out into your community and take a look around. What needs changing? Who needs help? Together with your team, identify the challenge.
It’s one thing identifying a challenge. But how do you go about solving it? Find creative ways to solve the challenges you’ve identified and come up with a plan.
Put your plan into action. Then, share it. Tell everyone about your project and encourage them to vote!
Who Can Participate?
The “Young Heroes” campaign is open to children all over the world up to 19 years of age. Sign up to be a Young Hero! Registration starts April 3rd.
Interested in taking part in Young Heroes?
Form a team at your school, community centre, or club. Assign a team leader who must be 18 years or older. Read our Terms & Conditions, sign it and send it back to [email protected] Take note: It is your responsibility to ensure that the Terms & Conditions comply with local law.
See our Resources page to find out how you can become a Young Hero.
All Helen Doron students can take part in Young Heroes through their learning centres. Speak to your teacher, who has all the details of this exciting campaign.
With Young Heroes, Everybody Wins!
At Helen Doron, we believe in supporting the community in any way we can. That’s why we’re offering cash prizes to the winning Young Hero project teams and their chosen project.
winners are selected as follows:
The top three finalists will be rewarded by cash prizes:
* Cash prizes will be awarded as follows:
50% to the community (organization selected by the Young Heroes Project Team); 50% for the Learning Centre.