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we hope to educate the community , celebrate our culture and diversity. We want to help make food affordable and accessible to the families we serve. We want to be wise stewards of the ecosystem with the help of our students and community members.
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W.T. Jackson Atlanta, GA United States See map: Google Maps Food and Health Human Community and Human Condition 1 Subscribe to group ...
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We wish to help the near by homeless around Salem with our group, we feel they could use the support we will help them by making care packages which include sock, dry food, water etc. By making these packages we hope to help out our community with this project and further more we would like to receive this grant to purchase all the good stuff
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Nakoguis' Gil Family will give the issues to the family to the
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My project will focus on spreading the awareness of overfishing and how much of a serious issue it is.
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F.R.I.E.N.D.S. is a non profit 501 (c)3 organization that was established in 1987 (59-2825751) and is Broward County Florida's oldest and largest horse rescue and South Florida's only sanctuary. This program requires parents to pre register their children in order for them to participate. This learning experience is held on second Saturday of every month at the F.R.I.E.N.D.S. facility. We have limited this experience to ten children, one day per month. This is a learning experience for children so they may have a one on one, hands on experience without distraction from parents and siblings. The class is later divided into smaller groups using experienced volunteers to lead & help answer questions. At the beginning of the class the children are taught basic information about horses and safety information. Later, they move on to hands on grooming, putting on a halter & lead rope and how to lead a horse properly. Once they are comfortable and safely interacting with the miniature horses, they move onto the obstacle course to put all they have learned into action. When each child is picked up, they are given a huge, learning, coloring book all about horses so they may continue to learn about horses at home. The classes are held the second Saturday of each month from 10:00 am-12:30 pm. To sign up please go to https://www.eiahorses.org We hope to see your little animal lover there!
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+ Build group of voluteers using networks of online resources, schools, church groups, nonprofits and social groups to sign up to go to every restaurant. + Make simple, clear, one-page list of restaurants on the island with their signature "Go Green for Blue" dish + When customers order the Go Green for Blue dish, asked to record that online on that page. Must be very simple and easy! + Keep running total of how many animals, including sealife - are saved + Keep running total of how many gallons of water are saved + Everyone - from planet to people - are rewarded for eating delicious food. Yeah!
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This project is designed to have nondisabled culinary students work as peers/mentors with students with autism. This project will allow students with autism to be more included in school life. The students with autism will be contributing directly to the culinary arts program and the culinary arts students will peer/mentor the herb growers as they work together to prepare simple meals. If all goes well, this idea will be expanded to include other ideas that the students may create to work together. In the long term, the students will run this project according to their own visions.
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Students will spread the word about the drive, then collect candy in receptacles around the campus.

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