United States
This project will implement team building exercises to prompt cohesiveness, structure, stability for the younger girls in the community. This project will be executed over the span of a day with assistance from qualified mentors.
United States
Kids for Positive Change is launching a "Choose a Platform" Initiative which lists various Climate Change Contributors. We will engage students with an interactive presentation about Climate Change and emphasize how deforestation is a main Climate Change Contributor. The KPC program will highlight palm oil plantations, cattle ranching and mining for metals used in mobile devices, as key problems associated with deforestation. Each problem will align with JGI Campaigns, like the Sustainable Livelihood Program and feature One-Click Campaigns, #EatMeatLess and #ForestisCalling. Students will learn how deforestation impacts not only indigenous communities and wildlife, but because it is a Climate Change Contributor, impacts their community on a local level. One example: Northeast Ohio is experiencing excessive rain which is impacting local farmer's crops. Students will partake in a "Walk in Their Shoes" assignment, where each student will "become" a person or animal that has been impacted by Climate Change, emphasizing those impacted as a direct result of deforestation. Students will study foods containing palm oil using the Cheyenne Zoo Sustainable Palm Oil Shopping App. Students will launch a school-system wide and family-wide survey to learn how many students, parents and teachers are aware of palm oil, how many eat meat and how many upgrade their mobile devices on a regular basis. This survey will extend into the community. Students will share their knowledge with their families and community members through Classroom-Community Action KPC events, City Council meeting and Board of Education Meetings and call for community action! Students will work individually or in Think Tank Teams and develop solutions for the deforestation problem and take action by implementing solutions throughout their school and community. Possible solutions: Writing to local supermarkets about carrying products made with sustainable palm oil. Using the Sustainable Palm Oil App when shopping. Use student-created shopping list of foods that contain sustainable palm oil. Implementing Meatless Mondays at School and Meatless weeks at home! Pledging to use mobile devices until they are spent and then recycling them, instead of upgrading.
United States
NERDS RULE INC. T.R.I.B.E Ambassador teens and youth will have the opportunity to provide community resources for under served communities. Workshops are in need in schools for Bullying Prevention and Mental Health Screening due to the high rate of Suicides in teens and youth in San Diego, CA and around the world. Teaching teens and youth to become T.R.I.B.E Ambassadors will encourage others to create community change. Current Community Action Projects:  Education  Self-Worth  Suicide Prevention  Human Trafficking  Climate Change  Gun Control  Homelessness  Gang Violence  Refugees  Human Rights  Education  Bullying Prevention  Social Media  Performing Arts
Pakistan
A comprehensive solution to report missing and exploited children in the Pakistan. A program where you can report from cyber bullying to exploitation or abduction. NCMECP doesn't take any sort of donation from general public.
United States
We would then spread this initiative by allowing the students to read our new multicultural books to kindergartners providing them with a multicultural reading experience as well. This goes hand-in-hand with our school wide goal of fostering the love of reading for all of our students!
United States
We will purchase school supplies/clothing. They will be distributed to our students throughout the school year.
United States
We are going to create a 50 minute long interactive presentation. We will share our story, and frequently ask the audience questions about their thoughts and experiences in doing environmental advocacy.
United States
We're inviting global ‘classrooms’ (can be a physical classroom, before/after-school program, extracurricular program, etc.) to participate in a series of 30-60 minute virtual field trips in July, hosted over the video conferencing software, Zoom. Field trips will feature inspiring individuals, from those starting sustainable social enterprises, to grassroots community organizing, to nonprofit leaders in the environmental field. It is intended to invite under-resourced communities into the global environmental justice conversation, and empower students to develop agency and create change starting in their local community.
United States
To continue the beautification of our community year round.
Tanzania
This project will expose the women to different opportunities such as new projects' ideas, skills and mindset change. This will be possible through connecting them with various opportunities such as entrepreneural projects and get them involved in decisions making as well as creating changes as a group.

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