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For one day only, on 9/11, students will collect food items and donate them to Neighbor-to-Neighbor, a nonprofit organization serving residents in need throughout the Greenwich area. Club members will accept donations, then sort and pack items for delivery to Neighbor-to-Neighbor.
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We will prepare food packages and deliver them to famiies in need who are immobilized. Working with local churches to build bridges of sustainability and support for those disabled, unemployed and experiecing hardship.
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Our pantry will provide supplemental food to families in need. Combat hunger on many levels via our mobile pantry. Helping families who can't get around survive by bringing the food to their doors.
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Already many students from Pre-K to 6th grade are pausing in the hallway to engage in the proprioception activities that have been provided. The hope is that more students will continue to utilize the activities as they transition from classes, or simply need a break from academia. To determine the success of our campaign, classroom polls and surveys can be taken. This quantitative data will help us gauge whether or not our centers should extend to our playground, which would be our next step in completing our building wide brain break initiative.
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My project I will purchase materials for greeting cards, treat for them, and create a song for the elderly. This will put smile on their face.
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Hi, I'm Emily, I'm 20 years old. Sometimes when walking along the street or on park benches or public places, people always pass by the homeless , we dont know their stories and their situations, I study to become a costume designer at the TNUA, and as I know how people dress or seem to be, will affect them very much-- I wish that EVERY HOMELESS PEOPLE on the street can have access to a bath and clean clothes and food
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Our project will show love and compassion to those who may feel like they have been left out. We will do this by giving what we can to stop hungry pains with a meal for that day or give a blanket to someone who may be freezing outside.
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This Roots & Shoots mini-grant will help us to be able to give out cangoods, coats, scarfs, and gloves so that will be able to help those in need during this winter season.
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Our project will supply youth in the community a way to express themselves in a healthy and positive manner. In order to participate in the program, parents and young men/boys must participate in our community service activities and parents must attend monthly parent workshops provided by Boys 2 Men
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Our project will have the grades of our school bring in various items that we will put into bags and send to the homeless. The sixth grade will bring in Ziploc bags and toothpaste, the seventh grade will bring in socks and non-perishable snacks, the eighth grade will bring in hand sanitizer and toothbrushes, the freshmen will bring in chapstick, the sophomores will bring in band-aids, the juniors will bring in baby wipes, and the seniors will bring in ponchos. These items will be sent to a homeless shelter, and distributed among the homeless.

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