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Make the world a better place for this generation and yet to come. Wanna be a pride as Madam JANE GOODALL
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The garden will be planted in the spring and fall. After planting, we will work on signs for the garden.
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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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First is to use available resources to educate the community, then, to get few people who will help to sensitaze the community. The time will be six months from March to August and September will be the time for evaluating
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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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We are working with the Memory Project organization to create and deliver portraits of children in Syrian refugee camps.
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My idea is to take a look at the negative things happening in the news once a week, and then decide to take specific action to counteract the negativity and help those affected. Examples: >If the main headlines revolved around hate crimes, we could all post messages on social media to spread love instead of hate, as well as donating to any relevant human rights charities. >If it was bullying, we could all do a Random Act of Kindness for a stranger, and pledge to be kind and stand up against harassment whenever we see it. >If it was cruelty against domestic animals, we could all volunteer at, donate to, and/or publicly promote local animal rescues. >If it was wild animal endangerment or other forms of environmental destruction, we could do an activity such as picking up litter, as well as donating to environmental charities and taking pledges to reduce our carbon footprint as much as practical and possible. (Even though the latter would be a more long-term thing, we could still check up on progress weekly.) >And finally, if it was something to do with negative or harmful laws, we could call or email our state representative. This is not a complete list, of course, because we never know what will happen, but I hope it is enough to get the idea across. If all goes well, it would be a group or club at my high school. Anyone involved with the school would be welcomed, whether students, teachers, administrators, or even parents, as long as the admins would allow that. My school is very small due to being a private school, but I think we could still make a difference, no matter how small we start out. It has been said that the best way to counteract all the depressing events is to do *something*. Even it just helps one person, or one animal, or one patch of wilderness, it's still better than nothing, and even if it's not the entire planet, it can be a world of meaning to that one individual. Be kind! Sincerely, Elizabeth.
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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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