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Any time that one thinks proper to. It will work for the welfare of all including air, water, for people.
United States
My class will decorate dominos and turn them into "robot friends with special powers" to donate to the Child Life department at Yale New Haven Hospital. https://www.ynhh.org/childrens-hospital/services/support-services/child-life/arts-for-healing/bot-buddy.aspx
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My project will create a safe place for all dogs to be off-leash. I will do this by building a fence on an area of land given permission by the City of Duvall.
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Since I started Gorilla Heroes officially in March 2018, I have been pied over 60 times to thank supporters who have donated money to gorilla conservation groups or bought Gorilla Heroes shirts. Now I hope to create a viral video campaign similar to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. In the kickoff video which will be posted on September 24, 2018, World Gorilla Day, My Family and I will all get pied, then nominate others to participate in the challenge
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The Taft High School Marching Band will hold a series of music and rhythm therapy sessions to benefit at special needs schools near William Howard Taft High School, a diverse, Title I-funding eligible public school in the Los Angeles Unified School District. The programs will be lead by music and rhythm leaders who are experienced with marching band or ensemble drumming. Participants are primarily youths under the age of 7 and will number from 30-35 each session.
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We will urge our local grocery stores and restaurants to reduce their reliance on single use plastic while offering information to the community about equally convenient alternatives. One of the activities we would like folks to participate in is a trash audit where we will tally the trash and find who is responsible for creating the waste found in our city. We will also educate people about starting their own kitchen compost while speaking at city hall meetings to propose adding compost bins to the community's trash collection. To learn more about our local waste facilities we will attend a tour of the current recycling facility and ask questions regarding composting. We plan to educate the public at our weekly farmers market in September about Food Literacy month (becoming aware of the effect our food has on our health, animals and the environment) and Hunger Month (awareness for the global hunger crisis) and come up with ways we can reduce our food waste and give back to those in need. Providing information such as 40% of food grown is wasted and that ironically we grow enough crops to feed 10-11 billion people which would solve world hunger, however, it is mostly fed to livestock, which leads to hazardous green house gas emissions. Offer some food for thought around food! Then we would like to wrap this all up by creating a community garden. Where the community can learn to grow their own food, and foster a stewardship of the land with provide many opportunities for connection, education and beautification.
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We have a lot to learn before we can build and plant our garden. First grade students will study measurement in math, and build models of the garden beds they would like to create. Through this process they will solve problems and make adjustments to decide on what type of garden we will make. In science they are mapping the sun, and they will figure out what type of plants they can plant based on the amount of sun we get throughout the day. We will then bring in organic farming experts to teach us about how to protect our plants and wildlife when planting a garden. Once we have learned all of this and more, we will take on a building project with the help of a woodworking expert, then planting, and celebrating!
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Our campaign focuses on people, specifically, showing people kindness. Our Kindness Club has chosen to focus our attention on how to show all members of our community kindness, both on campus and to our neighbors in the community. Our group has brainstormed a list of actions we can take to start spreading kindness. Some of our ideas include making blankets for the homeless people near our school, making and distributing bags of food, posting words of affirmation on campus and writing notes to people in the hospital.
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The 16 students will work with our Technology teacher and students to measure for, design, cut, construct, and install the shelving that was not included in the greenhouse. Once the shelves are installed, the students will begin growing plants and performing inquiry activities throughout this time. Once matured, flowering plants will be transferred into our Pollinator Garden, while vegetables will be used to create healthy recipes tbaf we will prepare in the Home Economies kitchen.
United Kingdom
The project seeks to get every house in Coleraine a small plant, if all goes to plan I'm going to enlist the help of the council and a few local garden centers! Hopefully we will have enough plants donated to us to complete this task by the end of next month preferably in a smaller amount of time.

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