Social Impact Movement connects organizations and individuals to social and sustainable development opportunities

Social Impact Movement (SIM) values the power of relationships and provides a space for collaboration and dialogue among all stakeholders in Miami

No Poverty
About 1 billion people still live in poverty — defined as an income of less than US $1.25 per day
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Eng Hungry
By 2030, we need to ensure that no one ever goes hungry
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Good Health and Well Being
This Goal includes a comprehensive agenda for tackling a wide range of global health challenges
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Quality Education
This Goal includes the promotion of education for sustainable development.
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Gender Equality
Equality and empowerment includes freedom from discrimination and violence.
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Cleaner water and sanitation
Basic water scarcity affects 40% of the global population, and nearly a billion people do not have access to that most basic of technologies: a toilet
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Affordable and Clean Energy
Globally, about 1.3 billion people live without access to electricity.
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Decent work and economic work
At least 75 million young people around the world, aged 15-24, are unemployed, out of school, and looking at a bleak future
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Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
The world is becoming more industrialized, but often not in ways that are resilient and sustainable.
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Reduced Inequalities
The world is astonishingly unequal: the richest 80 people have the same wealth as the bottom 3.5 billion
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Sustainable cities and communities
More than half the world lives in cities, and by 2050, at least 66% will — and most of the growth in cities is happening in Africa and Asia
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Responsible consumption and production
The world’s nations have already agreed to make the way we produce and consume goods more sustainable
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Climate action
Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts
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Life below water
Global oceans and the life within them are overfished, under-protected, and stressed from climate change and pollution
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Life on land
Life on land, on our beautiful planet Earth, is under terrible stress
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Peace, justice and strong institutions
Reduce violence. End torture. Decrease the production and flow of arms. Reduce corruption. Create governments and institutions that work
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Partnership for the goals
The Targets are a comprehensive list of such needs, including the need for partnerships and collaboration
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What We Do

The organization focuses on developing cross-cultural networks and building partnerships to advance its mission of enhancing social change in Miami by highlighting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Social Impact Movement connects organizations and individuals to social and sustainable development opportunities. We raise awareness on issues affecting our community and educate individuals about SDG themes related to: quality education, gender equality, climate action and life below water.


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#SDGsInMiami Ambassador Series

The SDGs Ambassador Series is a movement of changemakers, social entrepreneurs and global thinkers and doers that are committed to inform, educate and demand a call to action to meet the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in Miami. Our goal is to leverage private and public connections to spread the movement and create community-driven opportunities to create positive change.

The Ambassadors are passionate community leaders specializing in one of the goals. They are equipped with curated knowledge and advocacy skills to inform and influence stakeholders, policy makers and decision-making leaders. The Ambassadors facilitate salon-style conversations, provide educational workshops, organize community events and support the design of projects related to the SDGs. Their work is volunteer-based and rely on Social Impact Movement’s expertise and resources to carry out activities and projects.

#SDGsInMiami Discussion and Action Circles

Inspired by TED Talks and Brazilian sociologist Paulo Freire, Social Impact Movement developed a learning-sharing format that is our signature program: Discussion and Action Circles. The layout consists of 2 thought leaders, 1 facilitator, 12 attendees per circle and a topic to be covered during a 15-20-minute session. With 2 to 4 circles per event, attendees are encouraged to switch circles and participate in all discussions, hence absorbing an overall idea of the topic and prompting a call to action to join the #SDGsInMiami initiative.


Social Impact Movement gives a voice to Miami community members doing amazing work to make our city a better a place to live, study, work and play. We highlight individuals and entities that are impacting our beloved Miami by providing a unique platform to share stories of change thus providing opportunities to learn and engage with diverse stakeholders. The goal is to bring #SDGsVoicesInMiami to the community in an inclusive environment with a language accessible format where local guest speakers will interact with community members. The sessions are designed by thought leaders and aims to discuss topics of interest with the intention of providing content and a space for dialogue for English, Spanish and Portuguese speakers.

What We Offer

The SDGs are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all!


We all know how important it is to be in good health. Our health affects everything from how much we enjoy life to what work we can perform. That’s why there’s a Goal to make sure everyone has health coverage and access to safe and effective medicines and vaccines. In the 25 years before the SDGs, we made big strides—preventable child deaths dropped by more than half, and maternal mortality went down by almost as much. And yet some other numbers remain tragically high, like the fact that 6 million children die every year before their fifth birthday, or that AIDS is the leading cause of death for adolescents in sub-Saharan Africa. We have the means to turn that around and make good health more than just a wish.


First, the bad news on education. Poverty, armed conflict and other emergencies keep many, many kids around the world out of school. In fact, kids from the poorest households are four times more likely to be out of school than those of the richest households. Now for some good news. Since 2000, there has been enormous progress on the goal to provide primary education to all children worldwide: the total enrolment rate in developing regions has reached 91%. By measures in any school, that’s a good grade. Now, let’s get an even better grade for all kids, and achieve the goal of universal primary and secondary education, affordable vocational training, access to higher education and more.

Our Values & Vision

Helen Briggs


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Jessica Rhodes

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Social Impact Movement connects organizations and individuals to social and sustainable development opportunities. We raise awareness on issues affecting our community and educate individuals about SDG themes related to: quality education, gender equality, climate action and life below water.

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