United States
Working with experienced social workers and other trained professionals, our middle and high school members will record interviews with refugees and immigrants to our area. Because we are a small town, we do not have all of the resources of larger metropolitan areas, and this might make transitions more difficult. We have contacts with families who have moved to our area from Yemen, China, Japan, and Burma and hope to learn more about various cultures from this experience.
Tanzania
We made a butterfly garden on a piece of land on our school campus.
United States
My project will get a water station for dogs at a a beach in my town. I will talk to the town to see if I could get one.
Tanzania
We will build Noodles a cat house! We will interview the school counsellor who knows Noodles best to make sure we include features that Noodles will like. We will research different styles of cat houses and collaborate to design a final model that will be tailored to his needs. We will then ask the school carpenter to help us cut the pieces and then help us put it together.
United States
We want to coordinate local efforts with Marshall's chapter of Half the Sky which works to promote, among other things, education about issues facing refugees and immigrants in our area. Students will work with experienced social workers and other trained professionals to interview refugees and make video documentaries to educate our community.
United States
I will provide baskets and signage for them to put extra or unwanted nonperishable food items in, so others may take what they need.
United States
I hope to recycle all of my unused mobile devices, and some of my family's and friends as well.
Portugal
We want to clean the beach (Foz do Lizandro). 7th de april 2019 - 10:00 – 12:30 All are welcome https://www.facebook.com/events/327328724584492/ Partnership between Futurix and Ocean Hope
United States
We have collected native milkweed seeds and will plant them indoors. When the weather permits, we will transfer seedlings to locations throughout our community to create a place for migratory Monarchs to lay eggs and to provide the necessary food for the caterpillars. We will raise Monarchs from eggs and caterpillars and release them when they emerge from the chrysalis and are ready to fly. We will work to educate others about the declining Monarch population and explain how they can help to save the Monarch.
United States
The group is working to create educational materials for students and their families, and will be asking people to donate their unused electronics to be sent in for recycling.

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