We are dedicated to engaging, inspiring and empowering young people to participate in local and global acts of service, kindness and compassion. We share these ideas, celebrate these actions and prove that TOGETHER, WE CAN CHANGE THE WORLD during our annual event in Louisville.

The 2018 WE Day Community Kentucky will be held on April 17th at the Kentucky Center for the Arts. Thousands of Kentucky students will share stories, be inspired and take part in the WE WALK FOR COMPASSION. Thanks to all the 2017 Champions, volunteers and sponsors that supported our mission– and all the amazing students who proudly showcased what they are passionate about!


Having Fun & raising money for Haiti

What can you do with burger flipping skills and a hip-hop snack cart? If you are St. Francis Schools, you raise over $10,000 to build a brand new school in Haiti.

Showing some love for Veterans

Sacred Heart Model School turned hand-made creativity into beautiful expressions of gratitude, making Valentines Day special for patients in Louisville’s VA Hospital.

Hygiene Help for the Homeless

The fifth-grade class of Kenwood Elementary used posters and boundless energy to collect personal hygiene products for less-fortunate children and their families.

Mission: helping kids in GUATEMALA

The WE ACT CLUB of Grayson County deliver school supplies for children half a world away. In the process, they learn about leadership in their own back yard.



See how some creative fifth graders from Lexington’s Providence Montessori paired Cake Pops with Compassion to raise money and awareness to help other students in Sierra Leone.


With support from a mentor, over 200 classmates and three bags of dougnuts, a local high school student steps out of her comfort zone and launches Kentucky’s chapter of Operation Smile.


Students from Louisville Collegiate School donate creative talent and gain some perspective about others along the way, as they welcome refugee families to a new hometown.


One Louisville young person’s leadership, ideas, energy and hard work help local area LGBT teens feel safe, accepted and part of a welcoming (and fun) organization.

Watch highlights from We Day Kentucky 2017

Squallis Puppeteers, light up bracelets and 2,400+ students...oh my! Check out our recap of this awesome event!


2018 WE Day Community Kentucky speakers scheduled to appear

Stay tuned for a special guest speaker announcement!

2018 WE Day Community Kentucky performers scheduled to appear

Stay tuned for a special performer announcement!


Questions about We Day Kentucky? We have answers! See below for answers to general questions about the event and ways to get involved.

We Day KY is a day of celebration and inspiration. You can’t buy a ticket to WE Day, you earn it through service. The day brings together world-class speakers, musicians and students who are leaders in service in their communities.

To learn more about WE Day Kentucky, please click here to watch this student-generated instructional video

See the dream for WE Day Kentucky by clicking here

To earn a ticket to WE Day Kentucky, students and student groups must register at www.we.org.  Using the free WE Schools resources kit they will receive after registering, students will plan and execute one local and one global service project during the year, focusing on any issues about which they are passionate!  By completing these projects and reporting their results, they earn a ticket to attend WE Day Kentucky.

To register for We Day Kentucky 2018, click here.

We Day Kentucky will take place at the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts on April 17, 2018. The space will be filled with fun, compassion and service.

Every WE Day Kentucky has a Call To Action – a way for young people to come together to help young people in one specific way.  The Call To Action at WE Day Kentucky 2018 is to assemble WE CARE KITS to help young people in need to be school-ready. The personal care items will be donated to JCPS Family Resources Centers, Kentucky Refugee Ministries, local youth-oriented non-profits in Jefferson County, as well as the International Center in Owensboro and Hand-In-Hand Ministries in Eastern Kentucky.

From the WE Day Kentucky Blog...

Being like-minded change-makers, creating a global community bound by compassion is a yearlong commitment. Read what WE have been up to!

Inside the Impact: Wheatley Elementary Finds The Hook

Now that Mrs. Clayton-Taylor’s 5th grade students have decided on their We Day project idea, the real work begins. For their local act of compassion, the students decided to focus on a campaign to uplift their community and create a song that conveys the exact same message. The first step... Continue Reading »

Inside the Impact: Wheatley Elementary

Here’s an inside look at one of the We Day Ky 2018 Impact Stories: Question: What do you get when you mix one classroom filled with three fifth grade classes, one creative writing teacher, and sixty different ideas on stopping violence in their community?                       Answer: You get a chance... Continue Reading »