Forest Trees

Wesleyan Chapter

of the Let's Do Better Movement

ABOUT US

It is our goal to demonstrate our commitment to helping others through service and engagement in our community. We want everyone to have the opportunity to let their voices be heard.

 

In an effort to create impactful and lasting change, the Wesleyan Chapter members have created a website designed to connect and educate students on how to address current social justice and equality issues.

WHAT OUR MEMBERS SAY

SARAH LIM

CLASS OF 2022

As an Asian-American in a predominantly-white and very privileged environment, I want to do my part in bridging barriers and creating a community of love and unity. The Let's Do Better Movement has been an awesome opportunity to pursue social justice, inclusivity, and education while being  supported by other passionate members!

MACKENZIE MADISON

CLAS OF 2022

Being a part of a largely white, privileged community has revealed to me the wide range of discriminations present in areas where minorities are not favored. I joined the Let's Do Better Movement in hopes of addressing these flaws in our neighborhood and serving the underserved - in hopes of raising awareness  for racially heated topics in our community.

KATE O'SHIELDS

CLASS OF 2023

I joined the Let's Do Better Movement because I really enjoy helping people, but also wanted to learn about the people and causes I was helping! I really enjoy how we are both educating ourselves and others about injustices, but we are also coming up with practical ways and ideas to help!

LATEST EVENTS

On Saturday, January 23rd, Let’s Do Better Movement members from the Wesleyan chapter delivered 500 masks to 4 elementary schools in Gwinnett County as a part of their Angel Masks Campaign.

 

This campaign was created in an effort to provide free masks to individuals who are the most vulnerable and to those who are unable to afford a continual supply of masks. Over the past couple of months, the Let’s Do Better Movement received donations of approximately 2,000 masks from businesses in Georgia, Ohio, and Virginia, and they are continuing their efforts to raise $25,000 with the purpose of providing free masks to people in need to help slow the spread of COVID-19.