Student Ambassadors

Young People are Stepping up for Vulnerable Children

In August of 2020, Miracle Foundation launched an initiative to engage students here in the US. Our Student Ambassador program is a 7-week campaign of social impact and leadership training. Team building, fundraising, marketing, time management and mentorship is provided from our professional development staff. It’s the stuff that future leaders are made of!

Gracie Lowrey and Susanna Talbert, juniors at Westlake High School in Austin, TX, led the first 100-day campaign, forming a team of 74 fellow students to help 300 orphaned children in India continue their education during Covid.

To see these young leaders raising their voices and using their skills to improve the lives of children they may never meet, is more than another fundraiser for us. These young women are examples of the very best we are all capable of when we put our compassion in action. We could not be more proud of them.

As of the 2023-24 Academic Year, the Student Ambassador Program has become a part of the Miracle Foundation Youth Executive Council (YEC). To find out more and to join the Council, please visit the YEC Page.

If you would like to set up a fundraiser for Miracle Foundation at your school, you can do so by clicking the button below, which includes resources and information about the process.

Note: At this time, we are only able to offer this program to students and schools in the US and India. For our International leaders, please consider launching a Facebook fundraiser for Miracle Foundation HERE

The UN Rights of the Child
are at the heart of everything we do. We work hand-in-hand with local leaders and families to activate each of these rights so children can reach their full potential.

photo: Beth Jansen

Miracle Foundation

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