We believe in the power of good. We believe that a few good
deeds can have a tremendous impact. We believe that when people
come together around a shared purpose, we can make the world a
better place. We also believe that good deeds should be recognized
and celebrated. This is what Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Senator
Robert Taft, Jr. and Sam Beard believed.
We believe in the power and capacity of young people. And we
believe that when you lean in to help someone else, it does
something incredibly powerful for the individual. We combine these
two believes to engage teenagers to choose their own service
passions – and use service as a pathway to create the kinds of
leaders our nation so badly needs.
There is a specific gap in America that Multiplying Good is
helping to close. Seventy percent of high schools require service
hours to graduate, yet service for the sake of service does not
impact the skills or growth of participants. Scholarly research
shows that students who participate in skills-based service
learning display increased soft skills, civic engagement, empathy,
self-efficacy, positive racial understanding, career trajectory,
workforce readiness, leadership and presentation skills.
Multiplying Good is scaling exactly this experiential learning to
young people across the Bay Area - with a goal of 100 sites in five
This is what we do here at Multiplying Good. If you want to be
part of this mission, apply at