United States
STEM outdoor learning Students will learn about 12 Earth Day comprehensive issues that affect the health of our communities Younger aged students will enjoy center stage music, art, simple messages, games and educational booth activities that focus on earth day themes
Australia
My project is simply to create awareness among all individuals that can spread the word on all issues regarding our home at large (Earth) and to bind together to create a strong community based on teaming together to do the necessary steps to accomplish the most eco friendly way of living, by watching what you eat, no meat or packaged foods need to be cut down or completely diminished. How many plants we grow a month, my aim is to grow one plant a month or more and to encourage others to want to do the same. To find ways of slowing down our carbon footprint and air pollution by not using cars as often and using solar power if we can. Also how we teach our children and our connectedness to the planet, and to teach our children that the world is at their feet and every footprint counts. Not only will the next generation be raised as aware loved kind and caring individuals but at the same time they will be the next leaders in a movement that is imperative the health and wellbeing of all living things.
Czech Republic
We want to help give food to homeless people who are in need of it. We will bake brownies and make sandwiches to give out to them. We will walk from Staromestka to Mustek and will give a meal to every homeless person we see.
United States
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.
Taiwan
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
United States
Reach out to local businesses and inform them to the ecologic and economic impact of straws.
United States
I would like to continue to work with a local youth program (ARTS-Us) that runs STEM/arts programming year-round. I would like to lead workshops that teach youth about STEM and how it relates to food justice through hands-on learning. I would like to buy seeds to grow food that we will use to cook meals with the youth so that they can see the full process of natural foods (from the seed to what you put in your mouth)!
United States
My volunteers will shop and deliver the food to the Afterschool program. They will also discuss good nutrition and help educate our children and parents on nutrition, advise families of avenues they can use when they have no food; shop for the food; supervise and assist with the loading and unloading of food. The children and volunteers will help set up the bags to be used to pack food; they assist the children and parents with sorting and packing the bags of food and distributing the bags of food.
United States
In our area, when people come to the shelter, they are presented with book bags. The “Go-Go bags” will fit nicely in the book bag even when they have other items in there. My organization will get our volunteers to shop for food and we will pack these bags. We will pick up toiletries from the local doctor offices and insert small pamphlets of words of encouragement. Once they are packed, they will be distributed to the Women and Children’s Homeless Shelter of Mecklenburg County. I once lived in the shelter with my grandmother for a short period and I want to be there to help the women and children as people helped us.
United States
I am leading the Women Changing Our World Foundation (Twitter: @WCOWUSA), a women's advocacy organization and nonprofit founded in partnership with MetoWe and the Myna Mahila foundation, which has partnered with the Downtown Women's Center on LA's Skid Row, to support residents, young women, girls, and teenagers in impoverished or underserved parts of Los Angeles in support of UN Women's mission to ensure a fair and equitable environment and end gender parity. Our objectives are to empower young women and girls, targeting those part of indigenous and traditionally underserved communities, reduce stigmas concerning menstruation which prevent young girls from receiving an education while being culturally sensitive, and disseminate health and hygiene information and sanitary pads and products assistance for 5,000 girls and young women. The importance of uplifting the young girls who will grow into the female leaders we revere is only highlighted by the recent women's march and its crucial place in our communities.

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