20today20tomorrow is a youth-led creative hub. We aid and generate youth focused social innovations.
To create a better tomorrow for our communities, by providing them with a means to make the best of today.
To establish and promote an innovative, positive, inspiring environment from which youth can learn, grow and flourish in their life.
Our group of innovators comes together to identify and find creative solutions to the problems we face as youth. These solutions are presented as our different innovations.
Our story began in 2020, right when COVID-19 began its spread to the worldwide theater, and people were forced to go into confinement. The early days of self isolation were filled with turmoil - people lost their jobs, their homes and even their lives to the virus. Paranoia was rampant and so were mental health issues. While the virus was the cause of the rapid incline of these problems, the negative environment helped them rise. In fact, COVID-19 only sparked the problem that was already being developed, albeit at a slower but steady pace. Being part of the younger generation, we saw, learned and lived through these unprecedented times. This new reality of ours was here to stay. So, we felt the need to do something. We believed that trying to help others would be the best way to go about the situation because we understood their situation very well. For many these times were extremely hard because many of the opportunities they had were now stripped away or put on hold because of the virus. Being in quarantine just made them feel isolated in their bubble of hopelessness. This is where the idea for 20today20tomorrow came from. Because many people regarded the year 2020 as a bad year, we wanted to switch it up and portray the positive: the strength, the togetherness, the care and overall the growth of interpersonal awareness. It is easy to remember the riots, the fear and the pain that 2020 brought. It's much harder to remember that Polio was officially eradicated on the African continent, that Congo discharged it’s last Ebola patient, that Scotland was the first country to make menstruation products free, or that there was a huge drop in global emissions. It was a way for us to show the world that we are able to see past the negativity and look at what really matters, the positive. Whether it be the major events, or the small ones. With this in mind, we started the organization with the goal to use the power of positivity to help as many kids, teens and young adults as possible. This way, we could carry the good things from the year 2020 with us forever.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
Registered for-profit social enterprise