I want to make it easier for my neighbors to clear out the extra clothing by passing out boxes for them to fill with donated items, which I will then pick up to take to the thrift store.
we are starting this project from 24 july, 2014. in this project we will try to provide blood or platelets to the needy patients. We will do campaign in different departments of the university and other educational institutes for blood and eye donations. we will also try to convince new donors to join this noble cause.
Ten families from our homeschooling community will meet at the Carrington House to play Bingo and eat ice cream with the residents.
That Waterford School students would be motivated to reach out and help another school community in need.
The project will aim to provide re-usable floral centerpieces for guests at the LAMP Optimist Club's "Friends of Youth Award" dinner. We hope to make centerpieces where all the products can be re-used. We will also ask around for raffle prizes to be donated. We will also sell raffle tickets to raise funds for the LAMP Optimist Club who will use the funds for the youth of the community.
We learned about the plight of the African Elephant in class as part of our regular learning experiences. This led us to wanting to do something to protect the elephants. We researched which groups in Africa were helping the elephants and found Amboseli Trust for Elephants (ATE). Because we had seen a series on elephants at Amboseli, we decided to explore ATE further. We found out that to save the Amboseli elephants from poaching and human/elephant conflict, it was vital to have the support of the local Maasai people. This, in turn, led us to researching the Massai culture. We contacted ATE and found out that one of the ways they work with the local people is by providing Eductional Scholarships for the youth so they can become leaders of the future. We decided that we wanted to support the education of girls because without an education, a Maasai girl's life can be very difficult. Also if there are funds available, the Maasai tend to educate their boys before their girls. It is our belief that girls should be afforded the same educational opportunities as boys. We will raise funds by having a band day, making popcorn and having money boxes in the classrooms. We will make a powerpoint presentation to be shown to the entire school about the plight of the African Elephants and the reason we are raising funds.
The first idea was a selfie-contest. The students had to shoot selfies with an aspect of "against racism". Die Idee war zunächst ein Selfie-Wettbewerb. Die Schüler sollten Selfies schießen vor dem Hintergrund "Gegen Rassismus".
We will learn from University of Nebraska-Lincoln entomologists about solitary bees and how to increase their habitats. We will then synthesize that information with things we research on our own from the web and books. Finally, we will share that information at a teen program for the Grand Island Public Library.
This project will educate people on the risks by getting communities involved and presenting PowerPoint and presentations at schools. This project will pull together like minded people through social media platforms and give the people a voice.
Assam medical Trust raises money to sponsor 81 (currently) students ( mostly girls) through English Medium Schools in 3 small towns in Assam. We have committed to keep the sponsorship going to year 13. We have no admin costs, just bank transfer of funds from here, and NZ dollars go a long way in Assam. We keep in regular contact with the three schools.