Slay, slay, slay all around! A ton of huge stars are on hand at We Day 2015 to perform for an awesome cause. Yup, Demi Lovato is workin’ it out for charity, y’all! Watch a live stream of the event right here!
At the We Day event in Toronto, Canada, some of music’s biggest stars showed up to put it down– all to support We Day’s educational program efforts! The 2015 event, which took place on Oct. 1, featured Demi Lovato, Shawn Mendes and several other performances you don’t want to miss, and you don’t have to! Even if you can’t make it up to Canada, we’ve got the live stream right here. Enjoy!
We Day has a completely inspiring mission. Check out the entire statement below to learn more about this awesome foundation, and WATCH THE LIVE STREAM HERE.
We Day and its dynamic, yearlong educational program, We Schools, work together to empower youth to be drivers of social change.
Sometimes, people don’t act because they’re unaware of the issues and don’t feel connected to the lives affected. Other times, people don’t act because they feel overwhelmed – they wonder how they could possibly make a meaningful difference.
Our model of youth empowerment challenges young people to act with intention, and lead with compassion and the conviction that together we can transform lives locally and globally.
We help young people understand the issues and how they can help, provide them with the tools to take action, and connect them to like-minded change-makers, creating a global community where together WE change the world.
Our program has a holistic and demonstrable lasting impact, increasing students’ engagement in their school and community over the short term, and building the knowledge, self-confidence and compassion that motivates young leaders throughout their lives. We Day and We Schools aim to cultivate a new generation with the vision and commitment to tackle local and global issues, from bullying and homelessness to poverty and the environment.
Our studies show that whether students are fundraising to build a clean water system in a developing community, launching a creek clean up in their neighborhood, or organizing a bullying prevention campaign in their school, they not only discover their power to make difference, but also develop the commitment to volunteer, vote and give—for years to come.
What did you think of Demi’s performance?
— Casey Mink