Endeavor Annual Walk the Walk Service Day Draws Thousands

All companies in talent agency’s network participated, including WME, IMG, UFC, PBR and Miss Universe

For the 11th year in a row on Thursday more than 6,000 Endeavor employees across dozens of offices around the world engaged in the annual Walk the Walk, the agency’s annual day of service.

All companies within the Endeavor network participated, including WME, IMG, UFC, PBR and Miss Universe.

This year, employees supported projects focused on four core issue areas: Equity, Democracy, Inclusion and Sustainability, including The Ronald McDonald House (LA); Southern Poverty Law Center (LA and NY); Food Angel (Hong Kong); Harmony House (India); National Animal Welfare Trust (London); and AZRAQ (UAE).

There was also programming throughout the week, including: a Next Gen Activists panel in New York centered around voter registration, comprised of digital influencer and activist Lilly Singh, Never Again and March for Our Lives co-founder, Cameron Kasky, journalist Noor Tagouri and former chief content officer of Teen Vogue, Phillip Picardi, as well as a screening of “American To Me” in Los Angeles with a panel comprised of executive director of Children’s Defense Fund-CA Shimca Gaskins, student at Robert F. Kennedy School Samantha Galindo, vice president of LAUSD Board of Education in District 4 Nick Melvoin, director of Public Counsel Opportunity Under Law Mark Rosenbaum, and CA State Assembly member Dr. Shirley Weber. The premium documentary series explores explores the unfortunate persisting racial inequalities in a typical American upper middle class public school in Chicago.