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My project will educate people on single-use plastic impact and how to reduce/eliminate it. I will create a single-use plastic free challenge for the month of July for people to join to reduce their single-use plastic waste.
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Our school year is just beginning on September 2nd, so stay tuned!
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We will donate clothes to Local shelters Help tend community Gardens Help Families find produce by doing food stands or a mini produce truck twice a month
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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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As a peer mentor, older students living in similar situations will serve as a mirror for younger students. Older mentor students will communicate with younger students about compassion, sharing, and how they can help their community. The students will decide on their own community projects by researching the needs of their community. The students will celebrate their accomplishments with a quarterly showcase of their projects (4 projects a year). The connection between older and younger students, can serve as a catalyst for positive change and growth as a mentor and mentee.
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One of us has studied journalism, one has taken documentary-producing classes, some have lots of ocean knowledge, and others are eager to learn! We're going to outline a series of several videos we want to make, each highlighting a difference changemaker, and then experience the world of mini-documentary filming.
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Create a bee friendly park that is filled with plants that are beneficial for bees. Outreach programs in schools and libraries about the importance of bees and how we can help our backyard beekeepers in our own gardens.
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Plans are already in place to expand our program when school begins in the fall. Students will be opening their own student-managed farm market which will feature produce from our Aquaponics Lab. They will be responsible for creating a business proposal, recruiting outside clients, marketing, research, and customer care. Additionally, they will create and maintain a business ledger to record expenses and budgeting data. The proceeds will then be donated to our local food pantry. This data will enable our team to truly measure the impact that our program has had upon our local community and allow us to refine our practices to ensure that we meet program goals.
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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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