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We served lunch to homeless citizens at the Ozanam Inn.
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We gave homeless citizens toiletries, snacks, clothes, and other items.
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We gave students and staff a 2-week period in which to donate food. This allowed the momentum to build quickly, and students could see the progress of our "competition" as food items quickly piled up. We set up boxes to mimic bar graphs. The more food that was donated, the higher up the "bars" would extend.
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By partnering with churches, schools, and community centers (organizations) in the Atlanta corridor and surrounding areas, Project G.R.A.P.E will use the land made available by the churches and schools involved in order to grow, teach, and serve the community. Project G.R.A.P.E. will focus on educating communities by teaching the need and importance of gardening and self-sustained living. While recruiting volunteers, Project G.R.A.P.E. will host weekend events where our participants will learn about gardening. Topics that will be discussed during these weekend events will include but are not limited to, gardening with green limited space, growing produce through re-planting and composting. These weekend events will not only help teach a new generation of people how to grow their own food, but these youth that participate will be able to spread this knowledge to people in their lives. Project G.R.A.P.E. will be able to engage new generation with bold, fun techniques while also teaching them life-long skills that will potentially end childhood hunger.
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Our youth group will serve a hot meal to the homeless and give out hygiene packs with much needed basic essentials.
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My goal is to spread awareness of children living with disabilities. By providing outreach programs that are inclusive, such as adaptive climbing, adaptive yoga, and health/fitness enrichment.
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We have created a 10 week summer program that includes activities, speakers, hands on experiences and field trips to share resources with girls aged 13-16. Local community leaders and other individuals are working together with schools and churches to bridge the community gap between middle school and high school.
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Sts. Peter & Paul 5th & 6th graders will grow with aquaponics edible plants, including lettuce, herbs, and vegetables to transplant in a garden reserved for community produce. Students will harvest the produce and keep refrigerated until it can be arranged to give to local food pantry visitors in need of healthy foods.
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Environmental concerns cut across the globe irrespective of the age, creed, race and nationality thus combined efforts are inevitable to bring out meaningful and feasible environment conservation results. My wish is to call upon all environmental conservationist lovers who must make this globe a better place to live for the present and future generations to support my environment project. For further details , Please get in touch with: Mucungura Adeodato , Managing Director. Email: urudo50@yahoo.com, +256 782 863472
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First, my team and I found a speaker from a distinguished solar energy company to come and speak at our event. We then publicized the event a lot, and got great student participation!

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