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Change the world this weekend with lemons

No matter how old your kids are, they can use their own talents to change the world.

“I believe that everyone can do something,” says 11-year-old Tyler. “It’s just whether they want to set their mind and heart to it.”

Tyler has turned his big dreams of bringing clean water to communities in Africa into reality. So far, he has raised more than $18,000 with his lemonade stand — and he’s not done yet!

Ready to get your kids started?

We’ve made it super easy to create a lemonade stand just like Tyler. You can host a lemonade stand in your neighborhood, at your church, or even set up a virtual event. Grab the directions here!

Feeling adventurous? Go beyond traditional lemonade with one of these great juice recipes from around the world:

Kids who changed the world — and themselves

Simple ideas that make a big impact

  1. Meet the needs of your community and donate to a local shelter or food bank.
  2. Help feed others spiritually and donate to a church ministry.
  3. Go global! Donate to World Vision to help the world’s most vulnerable children and families in nearly 100 countries.

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