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Student Day of Caring provides an avenue for students to engage in brief volunteer service projects. The Twin County United Way conducts annual Days of Caring to promote volunteerism with businesses and schools. Student Days of Caring are intended introduce students to volunteering and encourage students to continue to volunteer throughout the year and into the future. The students will be at a dozen different locations around the Lewis-Clark Valley participating in a variety of hands-on activities including cleaning, yardwork, painting, repackaging food and sorting donations.
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We wanted to recycle old cans and decorate them, add plants to them, and give them to senior citizens!
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We are going to fill barren, compacted, nutrient deficient dirt with nutritious soil and native plants which will in turn attract native insects and birds, making our campus a more beautiful and healthy environment.
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very well our aim is to compost to recycle and reuse. invent a wooded/paper container to hold the scraps and allow earthworms to roam freely. The soil was turned twice a week. resulting in beautiful (earthen) gear. after 5 months
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we will teach people about the advantages of composting. Let them see our sample Teach them how to do their own
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On Monday, Feb. 17, the weekend culminates with Arizona State University's Sustainability Family Day, part of the Sustainability Solutions Festival organized by ASU's Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives. ASU, Arizona Science Center and other community partners come together to celebrate and explore how we can individually and collectively reimagine our lives and our planet. I plan to attend it with a group of friends and family to engage, learn and share sustainable options for us in Arizona. My winning art submission is exhibited as a poster. My art is of desert wildlife and ecosystem
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In this project we will try our best to not eat/use any palm oil on Fridays. We will research how palm oil effects our environment and then spread the word.
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2019 Family Day Oct 4 2019 FROM 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM AT F.R.I.E.ND.S. Horse Rescue & Sanctuary, 19801 Sheridan St, Southwest Ranches, FL 33332, USA As Broward County Florida's oldest and largest horse rescue & sanctuary, we know that families who play together stay together. Currently, we have 51 Equine, 48 horses, 2 miniature donkeys, 1 hinny, 6 potbellied pigs, 2 farm pigs, 1 sheep, 6 goats and a cat. We welcome all ages to interact with animals and encourage families to help together. It is a great way to get back to nature, take in the fresh air and help make the difference in the lives of rescued animals. Regular daily chores include; dump/scrub/fill water buckets and troughs, stall cleaning, bathing, grooming, braiding, feeding, mow grass, paint, maintenance and anything else that might come up. Attire is casual, jeans or shorts and a t-shirt. Please wear closed toe shoes or boots. We need volunteers when it is hot, cold and raining. We look forward to seeing you at the ranch PLEASE SIGN UP AT: https://www.allforgood.org/projects/OkbbWMkz
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My project will raise money for JGI so they can continue to reach out around the world. I will take photos of our beautiful earth (ex landscapes, flora, etc) and create cards or prints to sell.
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By partnering with churches, schools, and community centers (organizations) in the Atlanta corridor and surrounding areas, Project G.R.A.P.E will use the land made available by the churches and schools involved in order to grow, teach, and serve the community. Project G.R.A.P.E. will focus on educating communities by teaching the need and importance of gardening and self-sustained living. While recruiting volunteers, Project G.R.A.P.E. will host weekend events where our participants will learn about gardening. Topics that will be discussed during these weekend events will include but are not limited to, gardening with green limited space, growing produce through re-planting and composting. These weekend events will not only help teach a new generation of people how to grow their own food, but these youth that participate will be able to spread this knowledge to people in their lives. Project G.R.A.P.E. will be able to engage new generation with bold, fun techniques while also teaching them life-long skills that will potentially end childhood hunger.

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