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Our project used a local organization called Casa de Esperanza. This organization serves at-risk infants, children and their families by providing comprehensive residential and family support programs. We participated in a "family adoption" campaign in which we were assigned a child and given basic information about them, including a list of wishes and needs. The group was given a budget for the items. After finding gifts from our given list, the group met to assess which items to buy according to the budget. Items were purchased. Once we received the items, the group members wrapped them according to instructions. A group representative then dropped off the package at the Casa de Esperanza intake office.
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Our goal is to reduce plastic use by providing staff at our school knowledge about the waste generated by using K-cups. Using grant funds, an infographic will be generated as well as reusable k-cups will be purchased and sold at a discounted rate.
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We will be collecting baby supplies for the mothers and couples that attend meeting or have look for help at the ministry. Our group will be working with family and friends to collect as many supply as possible. Supplies will include diapers, wipes, bottles, etc.. The group also will have an educational session including sex education, abstinence, and how to find support in an unexpected pregnancy.
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We are contracted with All American Records Management for the document shredding. We are contracted with Green Sheen Paint for the collection of and recycling of paint. And we are planning on contacting ARC to arrange a collection point for household items and clothing.
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We have contracted with a shredding company and a latex paint recycling business. Arrangements will be made with ARC for the household items and clothing.
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This project is designed to reward students and their families for prioritizing school attendance. Poor attendance is a chronic problem at this school and teachers are looking for ways to improve it. Our project will track attendance from January to April and reward students achieving 94% with an invitation to a parent/child party on a Friday evening. Students and their parent will be treated to a great DJ, fun decorations, interactive games and delicious snacks.
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Our projects is making backpacks filled with the basic hygiene necessities and books for foster children!
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This will be completed through a free STEM summer camp for girls in this age range which will consist of hands on experiments to explore areas such as global warming, chemistry, engineering, physics, and electricity. We want to introduce new experiments as well so the students can
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We will meet weekly at Altitude Trampoline park, Tampa, at 12 on Mondays between January 28th and April 29th. We will not meet on March 18th or February 18th. This is a free event, but if you would like to bounce you will either need to register with our homeschool Co-op or pay $8 per person to jump.
Mexico
The project is to activate the garden in the community center ”Entre Amigos”. We will grow food, herbs and make experiments that will help the kids re-connect with the laws of nature and build better consumer habits. We will get sporadic visits from Fochican, a toothless chihuahua-mix rescue doggo, to encourage us with her magic tongue.

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