Walk in Their Shoes

Walk in Their Shoes

Can One Person Change the World?

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THE STORY OF REAL CHANGE CAN START WITH JUST ONE PERSON

Twenty-one years ago, Jim Ziolkowski gave up a fast-track career in corporate finance to dedicate his life to buildOn, an organization that turns inner-city teens into community leaders at home and abroad. He set out to show not that he could change the world, but how each one of us can, through the power of service to others.

Today, buildOn students have contributed more than 1.2 million hours of service, from Detroit and the South Bronx to Haiti, Mali, and Nepal, while building more than five hundred fifty schools worldwide. Together, they are breaking the cycle of poverty, illiteracy, and low expectations in their own lives and transforming their communities.

An international chronicle of faith and the boundless potential of the human spirit, Walk in Their Shoes tells the story of Jim’s movement and the thousands of young people who have decided to step forward, step up, and make a difference.
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  • Simon & Schuster | 
  • 272 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781451683554 | 
  • September 2013
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Jim Ziolkowski and buildOn show how one person can change the world

Jim Ziolkowski, founder of buildOn, describes why he left a corporate finance job to put his faith into action, and how we can all use the power of service to change the world.

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