1Nation1Day partners with the government of a nation to help facilitate the unprecedented amount of aid, people, and logistics an outreach of this scale demands.
The 1Nation1Day team represents a historic level of collaboration among respected leaders and organizations from around the world. 1Nation1Day focuses the efforts of missionaries in a short period of time to generate influence and leave a lasting impact with the largest missions teams in history.
Over the course of five days, the largest missions team in history infiltrates every community in the country, bringing a message of hope, purpose, and identity to the every citizen in the nation.
Our team distributes container loads of humanitarian aid and thousands of pairs of shoes to the poorest people. We build homes, water wells, and our medical professionals treat thousands of people who may have never seen a doctor before.
Thousands of government officials, small business owners, teachers, and pastors gather for training events with some of the worlds most influential leaders. Each person walks away with books, materials, and a growth plan.
The week long campaign will conclude as the entire nation gathers in the largest stadiums in every state across the country. Millions of people will pack out the stadiums and watch on live TV to witness a country’s transformation.
We’re not into quick-microwavable-just-for-a-moment kind of change. We’re in it for Lasting Impact and Sustainable Change.
By collecting contact information for millions of people across the country throughout the week, we are able to speak to the nation. Through text message or email, people will receive weekly inspirational texts and emails reminding them of their commitment to change.
After signing up on the campaign website, neighbors, community leaders, and anyone wanting to make a difference meet up in a central location and volunteer to help improve their community.
In order to change a nation, we start with a generation. Values Curriculums are given to every teacher in the nation, and taught to the students every week in their homeroom class.