SEATTLE — We Day is returning to Seattle in March and it promises to be bigger than ever.
Earlier this year, 15,000 students from throughout Washington state packed into Key Arena for the first We Day Seattle.
We Day is an initiative of Free the Children and inspires kids and teenagers to take action and make a difference in local and global communities. Free the Children co-founder Craig Kielburger said We Day is a great way to get young people involved in a good cause.Students are starting work on community projects now to earn their way to 2014’s We Day.
The 2013 event included such guests as Macklemore, Jennifer Hudson, Martin Sheen, Magic Johnson and Spencer West, and next year’s event will also be held at Key Arena on March 21.
To learn more about the program or to sign up, head to weday.com/seattle