(15) Teach for America: One day, all children in this nation will have the opportunity to attain an excellent education.(16) Smithsonian: Shaping the future by preserving our heritage, discovering new knowledge, and sharing our resources with the world (17) ASPCA: That the United States is a humane community in which all animals are treated with respect and kindness.
(15) Teach for America: One day, all children in this nation will have the opportunity to attain an excellent education.
(25) Kiva: We envision a world where all people – even in the most remote areas of the globe – hold the power to create opportunity for themselves and others.
(26) Amnesty International: A world in which every person enjoys all of the human rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international human rights instruments.
(13) Oceana seeks to make our oceans as rich, healthy and abundant as they once were.
(14) In Touch Ministries: proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ to people in every country of the world.
A vision statement looks towards the future, but a mission statement talks about what the company is doing in the present.
Because the vision statement is a foundational document that will guide the company’s direction for years to come, consider using collaboration tools and brainstorming techniques to get input from everyone on the team.
(19) Goodwill: Every person has the opportunity to achieve his/her fullest potential and participate in and contribute to all aspects of life.
(21) Boy Scouts of America: To prepare every eligible youth in America to become a responsible, participating citizen and leader who is guided by the Scout Oath and Law.
(32) Is your vision statement longer than 20 words? If you can’t get your full vision below 15 words, consider also creating a vision tagline (2-6 words) which people can more easily remember.
Rather, a vision statement is a foundational business document.