Celebrate International Day of Charity with Keynote Speakers Who Give Back!

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In honor of September 5th being the International Day of Charity, we’ve put together a Top 3 list of our most charitable keynote speakers. These speakers have all gone above and beyond to help individuals in the most unfortunate circumstances.

Mallory Brown 

Mallory Brown is a Social Entrepreneur, World Adventure Traveler, and Global Humanitarian. She has founded two socially conscious businesses and implements innovative strategies that transform the lives of children around the world. In addition, Mallory has worked in 23 countries, representing dozens of companies, and hundreds of generous donors to help thousands in need. One of her most recent fundraisers was during her 30th birthday. She set a goal to raise $30K for 30 Ethiopian women to start their own business (in 24 hours). She raised over $41K. When it comes to giving back, it’s safe to say Mallory has set the bar high. As a speaker, she is a catalyst for change in improving the lives of others by sharing her miraculous experiences and motivating audiences to follow in her footsteps.


Travelling From: Michigan

Fee: $7,501-$10,000 – exact fee falls within this range.

Topics: Goal Setting, Corporate Social Responsibility, Social Causes

Craig Kielburger

At just 12 years old, Craig co-founded WE Charity which is a worldwide development charity and youth empowerment movement (formerly known as Free The Children.) Since then, Craig became the co-founder and co-CEO of Me to We, an innovative social enterprise. Me to We provides people with better choices for a better world, including socially conscious and environmentally friendly clothes and accessories, life-changing international volunteer trips, and leadership training programs. In addition, Craig has written 12 books and has been inducted into Canada’s Walk of Fame for his humanitarian efforts. In his keynote presentations, he teaches audiences how to use the me-to-we philosophy in their own unique way as well as leadership tactics for organizations, businesses, and individuals.


Travelling From: Ontario, Canada

Fee: $10,001-$15,000 – exact fee falls within this range.

Topics: Youth Issues, Corporate Social Responsibility, Leadership

Elissa Montanti

Elissa Montanti, is better known as “The Saint of Staten Island” for helping child victims during Bosnia’s civil war. Her journey as a Saint began when she first reached out to recruit airlines, hospitals, physicians and prosthetic companies to donate their services. In addition, Elissa welcomed a young Bosnian boy and his mother into her home. Shortly after, Elissa founded the non-profit, non-partisan Global Medical Relief Fund (GMRF) for Children, whose mission is to aid children who are missing or have lost limbs or sight, have been severely burned, or have been injured due to war, natural disaster or illness. Elissa continues to work with all types of organizations and strives to help people in need. Her presentations are filled with moving stories, empowering audiences to do great things in their own lives as well as others.

Travelling From: New York

Fee: $10,001-$15,000 – exact fee falls within this range.

Topics: Empowerment, Social CausesInspiration

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