We started the Jonas Brothers' Change for the Children Foundation to support programs that motivate and inspire children to face adversity with confidence, determination and the will to succeed. Read more below and see how you can get involved!
We believe kids have the power to make a difference. We inspire, empower and celebrate a generation of doers: kids who recognize the need to do something, believe in their ability to get it done, and then take action. Help your child take action.
We know your students can help make a difference. We encourage kids to convert their ideas and energy into positive action. Help your students.
Giving Back to Children with Cancer I am writing to you because we are so proud of our daughter Megan. When Megan was 13 years old she was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma (a blood cancer). Megan has incredible faith and strength a ... Read More
rising to the occasion My daughter, Madeline, has been friends with Anthony since they were in kindergarten. Anthony has many medical conditions that can often prevent him from attending school. Often, it is not the actua ... Read More
Becoming a volunteer I was very bored after school and did know what to do with all my time. I wanted to do more in my community and had the idea of contacting a local hospital to see if they had space for me to volunteer. ... Read More
The Friendship Circle When i was preparing for my Bat Mitzvah (the Jewish coming of age celebration)i became involved in a program called the friendship circle. it's a program where kids mentor kids with special needs, my ... Read More
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Get official Change For The Children gear!
D-Collection Silver Plated Dog Tag This is a silver plated dog tag with the Change for the Children charm attached. A portion of the proceeds will be donated by Jonas Brothers Merchandise to the Change for the Children Foundation... Get Gear! »