Dear Generation Next,
We see you. We see how much you care. We see how savvy you are. We see your strength.
So we designed Positive Tracks to help you activate that secret sauce for the causes you care about most. Play kickball for climate change. Run a 10K for social justice. Shoot hoops for hunger. If you can dream it, we can help you make it happen.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
You choose your cause and athletic endeavor and register to be a captain. Once we accept your idea, we connect with you to help you get started. We provide free counsel on event planning and logistics, leadership, team building, fitness, and everything you need to sweat for good from start to finish.
This includes hands on help from a real person, an extensive library of toolkits, cool swag, insurance, digital registration and fundraising pages. We’ll even match your dollars if fundraising is your thing! Our favorite part though? We pair you with a Peer Coach – a past captain – if you want one.
After your event, we help process your charitable contribution if you chose to fundraise. Every dollar raised goes to your beneficiary organization, in addition to Positive Tracks matching dollars.
SWEAT FOR GOOD? You can join an existing athletic event or tournament, or you can organize your own – whatever moves you. Then you use that event to educate friends, peers or family about your cause or organization. You can also use your event to fundraise for an organization you care about – and we’ll show you how. See sweat for good ideas for inspiration.
GIVE BACK? Participate, lead, recruit, mobilize, volunteer, mentor, educate or fundraise. You choose exactly how you want to be involved. We help you get started and we have your back every step of the way. Check out past youth-powered events.
WANT IN? Click register below (you must be age 23 or under to apply) or contact Liz Gray for a personal consult.
Positive Tracks is psyched to help you support most any cause you believe in, however we will not support: discrimination of any type; attempts to influence legislation; political candidates; sectarian religious activity (any organization that has an established theological or spiritual purpose or perspective); organizations without U.S. nonprofit status or fiscal sponsorship.