Read More

July 1, 2014

by Stephanie Mullen

Supporter spotlight // Joshua Causie

Joshua Causie’s story is pretty amazing. Since originally stumbling upon Invisible Children, his journey has taken him through military service in Afghanistan and taught him to live for others. Today, he is one of our biggest supporters. But we’ll let him tell you the rest. // I first heard about Invisible Children at a concert several years […]

Read more

Read More

June 25, 2014

by Miranda Brown

Supporter Spotlight // Mount Pleasant High School

Invisible Children runs, in large part, on the dedication and support of young people. School clubs across the country have always been huge in our efforts to fundraise and spread awareness. The community from Mount Pleasant High School (MPHS) has been a part of the Invisible Children movement for years, and Emily Spiegel, president of their Invisible Children […]

Read more

Read More

June 19, 2014

by Stephanie Mullen

Supporter Spotlight // Liesel Krouse

Butter knives: they are no longer just for smearing cream cheese on your bagel or cutting your sandwich in half. Now, they are works of art. And they are supporting our on-the-ground programming in Uganda, Central African Republic, and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Before you write me off as crazy, listen up. And trust […]

Read more

Read More

April 3, 2014

by Emma Williamson

Supporter Spotlight // Optimal Performance Training

I don’t spend a lot of my time, or for that matter any of my time, perusing inspirational-gym-videos on the Internet. However, if they all turned out to be as motivating and beautiful as Optimal Performance Training‘s newest video, I would definitely need to rethink my video watching schedule. (read as: less pug videos) Enter Joey Bellus […]

Read more

Read More

March 11, 2014

by Emma Williamson

Supporter spotlight // Emily Ip

Meet Emily Ip. If a ray of sunshine somehow magically became a person, we’re convinced it would be Emily Ip. She is a mix of enthusiastic joy and endless creativity. If the world was full of Emily’s, the world would be a sunnier place. Emily is 18 years old and hails from the potato capital […]

Read more

Read More

February 3, 2014

by Emma Williamson

Supporter Spotlight // Hannah Crowder

Here at Invisible Children, we’re used to crazy. Especially when it comes to fundraising. We’ve thrown up, locked a man in a cage, and dunk tanked our CEO– all for the love of the cause. However, our supporters never cease to amaze us with all of the fearless and unusual fundraisers they plan. In 2013 […]

Read more

Read More

December 13, 2013

by Tara Blake

Supporter Spotlight // Reflections from a Roadie

Just last night, Chris Szabo, an incredible Team Heartland Roadie hit the road once again. He’s joined other members of our staff for the Your Home for the Holidays Live Tour where they’ll travel to the homes of our supporters across the country. I could say a million words describing the remarkable influence Chris has left on […]

Read more

Read More

December 6, 2013

by Tara Blake

Supporter Spotlight // Interns rally for #zeroLRA

Our intern class (myself included) have spent the last 4 months creating a home away from home together here in beautiful San Diego, abode of the Invisible Children Headquarters. We managed to make a feast and have amazing conversation this past week over a unifying turkey, and a festive and undoubtedly perfect playlist. Topics of […]

Read more

Read More

November 22, 2013

by Tara Blake

Supporter Spotlight // Nick Ventura

We’ve said it a lot, and we won’t apologize- Fourth Estate Leadership Summit attendees are our dream team here at Invisible Children. With #zeroLRA underway, they’ve really taken the opportunity to create innovative fundraising initiatives and our office is beyond impressed. 22 -year-old California State University student Nick Ventura is no exception. Nick put social […]

Read more

Read More

November 8, 2013

by Tara Blake

Supporter Spotlight // Scot DeDeo

“Most people run a race to see who is fastest. I run a race to see who has the most guts.” –Steve Prefontaine Ambitious doesn’t begin to describe it. After speaking to Scot DeDeo, a 33-year-old software engineer from Belmont, Massachusetts, I’m never again going to use the excuse of being too busy to commit […]

Read more

Don’t miss out

Sign up for updates Get all the latest news and our exclusive content straight to your email inbox.