CrowdRise Spotlight

Decent Humans - October 2016

on October 26, 2016

The world is full of Decent Humans. It’s an awesome and inspiring reality. And here are some of the most amazing campaigns going on right now on CrowdRise.

24-Hour Impact Project

Decent Humans - Ethan and Lisa Zohn

TV personality, former pro soccer player, two-time cancer survivor, and newly married Ethan Zohn and his wife, Lisa Heywood, skipped their traditional honeymoon. Instead, they decided to change the lives of over 600 children who escaped turbulence back in Syria and are now living in refugee camps in Greece. They raised over $45k in less than 24 hours and just released an amazing impact video showing your donations at work.

Harry Potter fan experience

Decent Humans and Fantastic Beasts

Join J.K. Rowling and Eddie Redmayne at Carnegie Hall and see Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them on November 12 - before it comes out in theaters. That's right, by supporting the critical work of Lumos, you can win a trip for two to New York, see the film early, and go to the post-screening reception with members of the cast. Plus you can win a signed copy of The Tales of Beedle the Bard by J.K. Rowling.

What if Halloween was about more than candy?

Decent Humans - Unicef

Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF began 66 years ago as a way to help kids affected by World War II. The program is still going strong and you can be a superhero for millions of children in need. This Halloween, you can be a superhero for millions of children who live in countries where poverty, war, or natural disaster make it difficult to get even the basics they need to survive.

“We will ride for her and for all those who have cancer.”

Decent Humans - Mary

Mary is in the 8th grade and her favorite teacher, Mrs. Smith, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Determined to honor her teacher, Mary set out to ride 125 miles and raise $10,000 for a scholarship in Mrs. Smith’s name.

Music therapy

Decent Humans - music

Following a dream of helping others Kate has always loved music and plays virtually every instrument she can get her hands on. Through a school research project, she discovered a technique where she could use music to help individuals who are developmentally disabled. After 5 years of taking her music to her patients, now she’s getting a space to set up her therapy clinic.

Join the Decent Humans movement

Decent Humans tee

Decent Humans drop everything to help the homeless, we travel the globe to aid refugees and we understand that helping our friends, neighbors and even strangers is something you just gotta do. When you see someone wearing a Decent Human tee, you know that they're a part of a special movement that's relentless about giving back. Get yours today.