Changing The World Requires To Stand Up For What's Right.
Malala Stood up for girls education. She was born July 12, 1997. When she was a child she became a female activist. She did it because of the girls education where she lived. She went to a school for girls even though it wasn't allowed. Her dad owned the school. In 2012 a gunman got on the school bus wearing a mask, Malala and her friends were on the bus. Then he asked who was Malala and nobody said anything but Malala's Friends were looking at her. The gunman saw her and shot her in the left side of her head. While Malala was in critical condition she was getting more popular as a female activist. After Malala recovered, she kept going and she won a Nobel peace prize. Malala stood up for what was right and got hurt doing it. But she kept going and keeps helping women and girls.
Changing The World Requires Helping People
Mark Zuckerberg helped other people by funding and donating $3 billion to a plan called cure all diseases. The plan for it wasn't to have no one ever get sick again, but to prevent lots more global sicknesses. Mark and his wife donated $25 million to fight the spread of Ebola.
Bill and Melinda Gates have donated so much money to charity, important research and diseases. As of October 2014, Bill and Melinda have donated 37% of their wealth, which is about $32 billion. In 2013 Bill and Melinda donated about $2.65 million. They donated it to education, diseases and other programs.
Anthony Rizzo donated $250,000 to the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center. Anthony Rizzo was a 7 year cancer survivor. He was a teen and after that he went back into baseball and pursued his dream. He gave a big donation to cancer research because he also knows what they're going through.