Youth who complete Allow Good programs learn about their community assets and social challenges. This next generation is empowered to take meaningful action in their backyards - their schools, neighborhoods, and communities.

Their knowledge, ideas, and actions make our world more vibrant. We know this about students who complete our programs because we measure it.

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My class realized that they are unstoppable, and that authentic change is not created when one’s bank account reaches a magic number or when one reaches a certain age. It happens with 26 high school juniors and seniors, one incredible organization, and a whole lotta good.
— Erin Cunnea, Allow Good Loyola Chapter Member & Future Teacher

From our first program in 2012 to our most recent, we have:


empowered 2400+ youth to take meaningful action in their communities


engaged 115+ guest speakers from a wide variety of organizations - sharing business acumen, professional expertise, and personal networks for social good

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amassed 15,000+ volunteer hours from board members, associate board members, advisors, fellows, and pro bono professionals


Our School-Based Program in 2018 by the numbers:

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