Volunteer manpower and information, or any form of assistance, for wildlife conservancy programs. We plan to put checks and balances on already existing wildlife management authorities. We also intend to rally support for wildlife friendly legislation and demand swift prosecution of poachers.
We plan to teach our community how to reduce water usage by utilizing rain barrels and other water catchment systems. Our 5th graders will become resident experts at our school site on water conservation techniques and teach students and families how to apply these systems to their home environments.
Our project is about creating an online platform to connect blood donors with the nearest blood donation centres visually through Google Maps. We also aim to raise awareness about the importance and benefits of blood donation.
Mr. Erwin Alexandria, VA United States See map: Google Maps Human Community and Human Condition Reduce, Reuse, Recycle 1 Subscribe to group ...
As a 4H group located in New York we strive to constantly look at ways we can assist our community. We have chosen to assist our local animal shelter in making improvements to their facility so that it is more efficient, adopter friendly and pet friendly. The facility is in dire need of turn out areas for the dogs and after meeting with the facility director we have decided that a great project for our 4H would be to build a new Puppy Corral for the shelter. The shelter facility has fallen on hard times and is in need of some improvements. As a 501C3 Non Profit group, they rely strictly on the graciousness of the community to donate time and money in order to improve the facilities. As a 4H program that has strong roots in animal science and a very strong dog focus we feel that it is a great opportunity for us to give back to our community as well as to the many animals that through no fault of their own have become shelter residents. We are proposing to build a Puppy Corral where the puppies taken in by the shelter would have room to exercise and socialize. The Corral also gives adopters the opportunity to view how the puppies interact with other dogs and is also a much more pleasant way for the public to view possible dogs they are interested in adopting, as opposed to kennels. Currently, the Corral is old and not secure. The wood is rotted and the shelter is constantly fixing the fencing when it really should be completely replaced. The basic plan for this proposal is to spend 1-2 days at the shelter with a group of 4H youth. We will volunteer our time to pound fence posts, string wire mesh, paint boards and also create a new sign for the structure. Youth will learn the benefits of hard work, compassion, ethical values and principles of responsibility. For this campaign, the Oneida County 4H program will match and/or exceed the $200 that the Roots and Shoots mini grant will provide in order to complete the campaign. In order to gauge the success of this campaign before and after photo's will be taken,4H will conduct follow ups on the number of adoptions that the shelter sees as well as gather testimonials from the public and staff of the shelter to showcase the project's success.
Raise money for donations.
PRESS RELEASE: Local Kids Saving the World One Pet at a Time Spartanburg, SC, Sparkle City Pet Force, a group of Pine Street School kids, have started a local Jane Goodall Roots & Shoots group and need your help! Dr. Jane Goodall challenges children all over the world by asking “How will you make a difference?” These local kids have answered by hosting a Toy Drive for the Spartanburg Humane Society. The Toy Drive will be this Saturday, August 22 from 10am – 2pm at the Vintage Warehouse located at 844 South Pine Street, Spartanburg, SC. The kids are asking you to bring a new animal toy to share with the dogs and cats at our local animal shelter. The shelter is currently caring for almost 500 pets and desperately needs toys for these animals. We will have lemonade, cookies and hand made "thank yous" for those making a donation and the kids can share with you what they’ve learned this summer. We will also be flying a larger than life peace dove for everyone to enjoy. What will you do to make a difference? Donate a toy! Let’s show these kids they can make a difference!
Edgemont Montessori Montclair, NJ United States See map: Google Maps Landscapes, Trees, and Plants Peace Wildlife 1 Subscribe to group ...
The Ecology Park will be a place where students can learn about nature and gardening. In addition they will be able to explore the interrelationships between differing aspects of nature. The park will be open to the public, and will also host school groups.
This is a training program consist of 11 modules conducted over 7 days (1 week). We provide the venue for the training, alternatively we do deliver in the client's venue. All our sessions are interactive and hands-on. Participants are expected to have active participation. As an outcome of this training all participants will have a registered business for them to proceed. A brief summary of the training is as below: Phase 1: Business Development Phase 2: Technology Exposure Phase 3: Sales and Marketing Innovation Phase 4: Product Design Phase 5: Business Proposal Phase 6: Fundraising and Pitching No knowledge required to participate in this training. Currently the training is able to be delivered in English, Malay and Tamil languages.