United States
Our project will support those in our community who need food. We will advertise and organize volunteers for our food drive in the morning and then hold the drive, count the number of goods we collected and donate the cans, etc to our local nonprofit organization Neighbor To Neighbor.
United States
We will continue our restoration project, begun in 2011. We are removing invasive Scotch Broom from the Oregon Dunes Day Use Area which is visited by 100's of thousands people every year. We use manual tools and the hard-work and enthusiasm of 4th and 7th graders who are making a difference in their community.
United States
We will spread awareness by telling of the dangers of smoking.
Togo
My project will help young people out of poverty since introducing young people to do something with their hand to their lives ganger on site. I WANT THIS PROJECT CAN BE DONE WITH THE SUPPORT OF EVERYONE. with the media on any of these forms of everyone we will succeed this project. with the participation of each of you we will win this project make it happen. this project be done by building a craft and cultural center and the construction of an eco-village on the grounds of one hectare we already have. To strengthen the monitoring of this project we have a volunteer component that strengthens the ability of expertise, support, support by young expatriate world who come here to work on site in the project that will start in January 2016 that we have met the requiert funding for this project in place.
United States
We plan to carry on our fundraising for Roots & Shoots and JGI. In our first fundraising project, "Grass Roots & Shoots" we approached people we knew and worked with and raised a substantial amount of funding. With this project, we are ready to take it to the next level. We will approach foundations, businesses and individuals as well. We will also work with the kids we mentor and teach them about fundraising and how they can make a difference in the world.
United States
We are extending our electronic cleaning project and continuing to encourage others in our community to do the same. It feels safe to say almost all of us have old flip cell phones and electronic handheld devices laying around our homes unused; so we are spreading the word through social media, the media (radio, newspaper and magazines), speaking engagements and schools and asking everyone to drop off unused electronics at our local library. We are already receiving a tremendous response for our size community due to the desire to protect the environment, help save the great apes and benefit the mission of the Jane Goodall Institute. The response by our community to take part in this project and make a difference is a great experience.
United States
My project will show that the younger generations care about their older members of their community by supporting their living at home.
United States
Our project will bring awareness to the Jane Goodall Institute and the work that Roots & Shoots members around the world do. I will spread the word and share information about JGI in posters and public speaking events.
Kenya
We already have an Alternative Rite of Passage ceremony in place since 2012 in our community of Esiteti in southern Kenya. We have over 200 graduates of the ARP ceremony finishing high school. The females graduating are being trained as youth leaders for other villages surrounding our region. We go into other Elementary schools and teach 4th and 5th graders the ARP curriculum encouraging girls to continue their education. Africa Scchool of Kenya is helping with a student scholarship program at each school in the area.
United States
This project's goal will be accomplished by this Roots & Shoots club raising money through personal fundraising, bakesales, etc to reach our goal.

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