Everyone Has The Potential
To Change The World

And That Includes You!

Let’s face it.
None of us are starving students anymore.

We have our homes, and our families, and our social commitments, and our favorite dishes at our favorite restaurants.

None of us want to give up our green juices and fast cars.

Few of us are on the brink of putting everything on pause and going away to volunteer for a few years.

So we look at all the things going wrong in the world and assume it’s not our fight.

It’s for the ones who are still twenty. The happily broke. The ones with a little martyr in their DNA.

Well, I’m Ulrika Lorenz,

successful entrepreneur, mother of four, and buyer of many a fast
car, most of them electric (thank you, Elon Musk!)

And I’m here to tell you, you don’t need to be any different than you are right now.

You don’t need to dedicate your entire life to service, or become a card-carrying minimalist, or wear rags, or grow into it.

If you have air in your lungs, some time on your hands, or maybe a bit more cash than you need for your lattes, you’re ready to fight poverty and abuse NOW.

Do Good Now. Feel Good Now.
And be the change already. We’ll help.

Pity doesn’t help.
Real solutions do.

The people we support are strong,
and resilient, and survivors.
They don’t need our empathy.
They need to finally catch a break.

Join Empower-over-Pity



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Together, we Get It Done

Granporten AB

Are working with us to rent 10% of their apartments to Syrian refugees.

Maria Håkansson, Helhet för Harmoni, and CEPIA

Have collaborated with us to provide over a dozen women in Guanacaste, Costa Rica with education in beauty services, empowering them to start their own small businesses.

ABC Nepal

Is a network of transit homes for victims of human trafficking and sex slavery Do Good. Now has collaborated with to bring food, shelter, and education to hundreds of children.

Lorenz Fastigheter

Have committed to renting 10% of their available apartments to people fleeing their countries or those with special circumstances such as protected identity.