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We will collect and distribute items from direct interactions with staff and students throughout the school and surrounding community with-for-at Parent/Teacher Association Meetings, Parent/Teacher Conferences, Family Fun Nights - International Day of Peace, Breast Cancer, Thanksgiving food collection and distribution, Seniors in local Nursing Homes (toiletries in gift bags), Winter Clothes Collection/Distribution, Alzheimer's, Autism, Local Family Shelter donations (clothes, toiletries, food), school supplies given to younger students (re-use/recycle/donate), School/Yard Clean-up.
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Over the next few weeks I will be making cards and decorations in honor of the International Day of Peace. They will include peace doves, quotes about peace, and facts about the International Day of Peace. About a week before the International Day of Peace, I'll deliver the cards to my local hospice center so that the patients in hospice care receive their cards in time for September 21st!
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We will be buying clothes, gardening seeds, and gardening tools. The clothes that we will be donating will go to a Homeless shelter in Kansas City. The Gardening tools and seeds will be going to an organization in Kansas City that has its own homemade fruit and vegetable farm, this farm focuses on feeding the homeless with its own homegrown foods.
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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.
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By attracting a large group from our targeted low-income community, we will be working with families to encourage reading in the home and developing early literacy skills. We will count the number of attendees (targeted at over 200 people with 100 children) and assess their diversity. We will be talking with each person one-on-one and getting feedback on the day. We will also attempt to donate over 100 board games to local shelters to continue the literacy gains.
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We will teach youth music and play music for injured animals to heal and cope after they have been abused.
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.
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We will hold workshops at local libraries, elementary schools, and community colleges. The workshops will teach different tech subjects, such as app development, game design, and Python programming. At the end of each workshop series, the girls will work in groups to create a program for social good to practice their leadership, collaboration, and real-world skills. The programs can vary from ways to protect our environment to preventing bullying and hunger.
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We will host a World Chimpanzee Day celebration, creating a space for neighbors to come together and learn about the connection between e-waste and chimpanzee conservation. We will have speakers from the Right to Repair, Uganda Tree Project, display locally made e-waste art, and provide e-waste collection.
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I am founder of Joy Group, Joy Group is a volunteering organization, with performers (volunteers) ranging from 7 years old to high school students, that I founded and am the current director of. I am also founder of Dreams Quarter, Dreams Quarter is my own student string quartet (two violinists, one violist, and one cellist). The goal of Joy Group & Dreams Quartet is to create a better Omaha community through music and a message of unity, with a focus on the elderly in the Omaha community. We do this through monthly or quarterly performances at various senior living communities across the Omaha Metro. Each of these performances is unique because we believe that each senior living community deserves to have its own special show and the best we can offer after all the work they have contributed during their lifetime to our community. For each of these shows, I have to plan each performance meticulously with a central theme in mind. I first have to reach out to senior living centers sometimes, however, these senior living communities would reach out to me. Then, I plan a certain date for the performance with the schedules of the other performers in mind. I would also plan a central theme for the performance and decide on the pieces of music, relating to the theme, that each performer could play based on their skill level and feedback from previous performances. Sometimes the pieces of music I need doesn’t exist in that skill level, arrangement, or at all. In these instances, I have spent hours arranging new music or composing music. I also plan rehearsals to ensure the whole show goes smoothly. I rehearse my own music and each of the transitions between different pieces to ensure that the performance is interactive with the audience since I’m also the host of the performances. I have had individual practice secessions with individuals that were struggling with the music to ensure everyone was prepared the best for the show. After a few performances, I decided that monthly performances, though a lot of work, weren’t enough to show our appreciation to the elderly community thus I also organize gift drives and personally delivered small tokens of appreciation, like balloons during Thanksgiving or red envelopes during Chinese New Years, to senior living communities. We have also begun making cookies and I would make the deliveries to senior living communities to remind the elderly that we care for them even when we weren’t physically there with them.

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