When Lulu was 10, she learned that each cup of lemonade she sold for $1 can provide a person in Africa with clean drinking water for one whole year. Inspired by the power of even the smallest donation, she set up a Boys vs Girls LemonAID challenge for her fifth grade class. They exceeded all expectations by raising $4,000 and had so much fun doing it that her classmates didn't want to stop. So she founded LemonAID Warriors to share creative action plans and provide PhilanthroParty Planning advice to make social activism a part of her generation's social life.
Six years later, LemonAID Warriors has raised over $100,000, provided clean water for thousands of people in Africa. Lulu's PhilanthroParty campaigns have inspired over 4.2 million people to take action with her. She especially loves to mentor other young Warriors to launch their very own charity projects. As a Global Youth Ambassador for A World At School, her recent advocacy efforts supporting equal access to safe education have been highlighted during the United Nation's General Assembly at a historic Town Hall event. Learn about Lulu's passion for education on this KTLA Morning Show interview!