If you need some inspiration, here are two stories from people that won t-shirts last time we ran the competition:
"I am an outdoor education instructor, so I work with and have an impact on at least 20 school aged kids per week. I use this in a positive way to ensure I always educate kids about the importance of looking after the environment and what they as individuals can do to help. I find, actively engaging kids in environmental activities such as permaculture, planting trees or finding ways to save water is the perfect way to show them how to help the environment. I love that i can have an impact!"
"I used to work in the corporate sector but now work in Community Services. I am currently working on a 3 year government funded project that is improving access to education, training and employment for people who are homeless or have mental health issues. I use my links in the corporate sector to forge partnerships with businesses, helping to reduce the stigma around homelessness and mental health and increase the numbers of clients achieving their vocational goals. I love my job!" - Katie Curo
You don't have to work for an organisation like Oxfam to good in the world. We all have a unique set of skills and interests so approaching change making won't be the same for all of us. Embrace your you-ness and use it to positively impact the lives of others...