Help Us Launch The Most Important Revolution The World Has Ever Experienced:

One Planet One People

Working for the Betterment of Kids, People & The Planet!

Programs are available for Schools, Faith-Based and Non-Profit Organizations, Government Agencies & Businesses as well as Individuals, Groups, Teams & Clubs

2023: The Year of One Planet and One People
Help us reach 1 Billion Planned Acts of Kindness!

Help Us Launch The Most Important Revolution The World Has Ever Experienced:

One Planet One People

Working for the Betterment of Kids, People & The Planet!

Programs are available for Schools, Faith-Based and Non-Profit Organizations, Government Agencies & Businesses as well as Individuals, Groups, Teams & Clubs

2023: The Year of One Planet and One People
Help us reach 1 Billion Planned Acts of Kindness!

One Planet One People’s World Equality Community Action Network is
Uniting People & Institutions to Build a Sustainable Planet for All

WeCan Solve Global Quality of Life Issues Only by Working Together

Our core Network of 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organizations work in conjunction with other organizations and institutions to provide a wide range of actionable programs and initiatives that work for “Quality of Life for All.”

We invite you to join us on our Mission: Stopping the global issues that affect Quality of Life and threaten the future of our children, while providing programs in all 200 Countries that raise the standards of health, happiness, and wellness for kids, people, and the planet!

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THE UNITED NATIONS has spent years developing and implementing the 17 Sustainable Development Goals that governments are working to reach by 2030. Learn how PAK will help achieve these goals, and how you can get involved!

Planned Acts and One Planet One People understand the importance of government, business, academic and organizational collaboration in all of these areas if we hope to provide for the well-being of people around the world. Therefore, all of the outreach, engagement, education, inspiration and action programs that our organizations put forth are fully aligned with the U.N. SDGs. More importantly, all of our programs are based on collaborative, customizable systems that are the key to obtaining the objectives we have to have in order to provide Quality of Life for billions. Learn how you can make a difference as a Volunteer or Global Ambassador, on your own, with a team, or even through your school, organization, or work. No matter who you are, you’re more powerful and connected than you may think. Sign-up up through the PAK App today and learn how you can “Be The Hero” tomorrow.

ONE PLANET ONE PEOPLE was born out of necessity to change the fractional approach the world uses to solve everything that threatens the Quality of Life for kids, people, and the planet.

Join us to help solve the world’s problems, from climate change to pollution to pandemics, wars, and terrorism as well as economic, health, and social inequities. These are global problems that affect everyone, regardless of race, nationality, religion, age, gender, education, or income. The only viable solution is to implement collaborative systems that bring together the five groups of individuals — students, employees, owners, the unemployed, and retired — work from the grassroots up to the five institutions — schools, faith-based and non-profit organizations, businesses, and government agencies — working from the top down. Learn how you can make a difference by joining or sharing the Collaboration Think Tank Network and other groundbreaking programs through the PAK App. Be The Hero! the world needs.

PLANNED ACTS OF KINDNESS is a global social responsibility outreach platform designed to help people achieve better Quality of Life through education and action programs without regard to race, nationality, religion, age, gender, health, wealth, or education.

To achieve this QLA objective, we provide programs, books, courses, events, and initiatives that operate on a grassroots level and top-down basis (through organizations and institutions) to educate, engage and inspire people to action. Planned Acts of Kindness also offers a variety of internship programs as well as volunteer positions for all levels of people looking to help join our cause to improve the world and quality of life for all.

16 THINGS KIDS CAN DO is a Non-Profit Organization that administers collaboration-based educational programs, including the book series “16 Things We All Can Do to Act Right & Help Save the Planet,” One Planet One People Workshops; and the Eight Foundation Skills Certification Courses.

16 Things Kids Can Do works in conjunction with Planned Acts of Kindness and One Planet One People to achieve their collective mission of working for the betterment of kids, people, and the planet by providing scalable Quality of Life systems that engage individuals, influencers, and institutional collaborations around the globe. Learn more about what you can do to help save the planet by reading more of this website and then contacting us to get involved!

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3 NPOs with 40+ groundbreaking collaborative action programs, books, courses, workshops, events & initiatives — all fully aligned with the UN 17 SDGs

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We are the Problem & Only by Working Together
Can We Be The Solution

After a Century of Ignoring the Health & Well-Being of Our Planet
We Have Created a Global Crisis for Almost Every Species, and
This Decade will Determine the Quality of Life for 8 Billion People.

We have the Solution: Action-Based Collaboration Systems for Individuals, Influencers & Institutions.
But Time is Running Out. We Need Your Help. We Need Your Support.
Donate. Partner. Sponsor. Whatever Your Contribution, It’s Greatly Needed & Appreciated.

The Time to Act is Now. Step Up & Be The Change You Want to See in the World. Be The Hero!

Become a Member of WeCan — One Planet One People’s
World Equality Community Action Network

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Climate Change

Global warming is taking place 10 times faster than any time in the past 10,000 years. Rising water levels, warming oceans, increased volatility of weather conditions are leading to more frequent and violent storms, and the mass extermination of plants and animals. If unabated, we may end up killing the very things we need to sustain our survival on the planet.

Global warming is taking place 10 times faster than any time in the past 10,000 years. Rising water levels, warming oceans, increased volatility of weather conditions are leading to more frequent and violent storms, and the mass extermination of plants and animals. If unabated, we may end up killing the very things we need to sustain our survival on the planet.

Pollution / Overpopulation

Pollution is one of the biggest killers, affecting more than 100 million worldwide. More than one billion people worldwide don’t have access to safe drinking water.
The global population increased by a billion people between 1999 and 2011, mostly in developing nations where resources are already limited.

Pollution is one of the biggest killers, affecting more than 100 million worldwide. More than one billion people worldwide don’t have access to safe drinking water.
The global population increased by a billion people between 1999 and 2011, mostly in developing nations where resources are already limited.

Pandemics

When the global population was 450 million in the 1340s, as many as 200 million people are estimated to have died from the Bubonic Plague.
Today, with countries being connected globally within the span of hours and the population approaching seven billion, a pandemic may have the capability of wiping out billions.

When the global population was 450 million in the 1340s, as many as 200 million people are estimated to have died from the Bubonic Plague.
Today, with countries being connected globally within the span of hours and the population approaching seven billion, a pandemic may have the capability of wiping out billions.

War & Terrorism

Families, communities and countries have been ripped apart because of the devastation caused by terrorists, foreign and increasingly domestic.
Over 500 billion people have died as a direct result of war violence. In a nuclear war, 90% of the surviving population will likely die from starvation as the world’s crops perish due to climate change.

Families, communities and countries have been ripped apart because of the devastation caused by terrorists, foreign and increasingly domestic.
Over 500 billion people have died as a direct result of war violence. In a nuclear war, 90% of the surviving population will likely die from starvation as the world’s crops perish due to climate change.

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