Ellen DeGeneres’s mother Betty created this GIG Spark to share a message of equality and love that will move and inspire you — especially if you’re a parent, grandparent or guardian of an LGBT youth.
Aaron Long takes a creative approach toward inspiring folks in his community to notice (and enjoy) the art that surrounds everyone.
Rcoz collects and recycles used soap from hotels and sends them to third-world countries to improve their health and sanitation.
Rachel Choi, 17, will inspire you to disconnect from technology and connect with each other in nature.
Sometimes it’s the simple things that bring you joy. Mini Rasekhy wanted to use her voice to make others feel better — and ultimately smile.
Villy Wang went from working in a sweatshop to become a Wall Street banker and lawyer. Find out why she left to start the nonprofit BAYCAT.
Nicolette Hagan, 22, created this GIG Spark to show us how we can do our part to keep the oceans looking a little more tide(y).
Talented kids in some of San Francisco’s most crime-ridden neighborhoods are inspiring you to send a postcard to someone you love.
To everyone dealing with a seemingly difficult youth — please listen up. You have the power to change the trajectory of a young person’s life.
Melissa Cheng wants to inspire you to be more conscious, present and aware of the beauty that surrounds you.
Bailey Branham, 15, shows how something as small as giving a peanut butter sandwich to the hungry sparked so many smiles and gratitude!
Gretchen Burley bundled up, made hot chocolate and battled the chilly conditions in Downtown Detroit to warm up the hearts of the homeless.
Kevin Schow hit the busy streets of downtown San Francisco with one mission: To spread the love. How? By simply giving flowers to strangers.
Sierra Sanchez shows how handing out socks to the homeless is a simple way we can help those around us — warming soles and souls!
Go Inspire Go (GIG) is a [501(c)(3) non-profit] social enterprise video-based website that inspires you to “Discover and Use Your Power to Help Others.” We create inspirational videos featuring regular people who use their talents and resources to better their community. We distribute our stories using social media to encourage sharing and inspire people to become civically engaged. At the end of every GIG video, there’s a call to action with information on how you can make a difference.
We’re also inviting YOU and your community (school, organization, friends, etc.) to use your passion and creativity to produce a “GIG Spark” and inspire viewers with your story. This is for anyone who can shoot and edit short videos.