What is ClassACT?
ClassACT is a vehicle to bring classmates and others together to address important local, national and international problems. We are committed to positive change, together. We do this by bridging gaps between existing nonprofit efforts and classmates' expertise, sharing news of progress and ideas, and learning about ways we can help others by collaborating with each other in larger Class Acts such as the Benazir Bhutto Leadership Program.
The ACT in ClassACT stands for Achieving Change Together, creating a vehicle that facilitates collaboration, and aligns our strengths, and allows us to create positive changes far greater than if we act separately. AND working together is also a lot of fun.
Many members of the Harvard-Radcliffe Class of 1973 stand near the pinnacle of their expertise, accomplishment, influence, and wealth. We are entering a phase of life when we have more time combined with a strong desire to use that time wisely. Individually, classmates have done and are doing great good in the world and still have the capacity to do more.
Though this is an initiative for HR73 classmates, we welcome others who want to join us!