Our project will help the homeless and help the people in need so that they can have a good life and hopefully we can help them live. we can help the people to have something to keep fresh so that they can feel good and fresh. we are a school and we are globally aware. we will help the homeless because they are not alone.
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First step is to create a sustainability policy and create a petition. We need to spread awareness about the issue in order to gain a standing and then reach out the GSUSA and see how they respond. This is a big project and can't be done overnight. Hopefully, we can work together to create a policy that is effective and helps create a more positive environment when it comes to the use of fair trade chocolate.
I want my project to spread awareness on the issue. I want it to be a shareable, likable video for platforms like Facebook. I will start by interviewing experts on the subject and then filming some of my speaking engagements with girl scout troops. I also want to show them reacting to fair trade and non fair trade chocolate to demonstrate the similarity in taste. Hopefully, this will also encourage people to search for fair trade alternatives to their chocolate.
Our project will support those in our community who need food. We will advertise and organize volunteers for our food drive in the morning and then hold the drive, count the number of goods we collected and donate the cans, etc to our local nonprofit organization Neighbor To Neighbor.
Key plans: 1. Videos on exploitation of natural resources, Veganism and environment. 2. Outreach by leafletting about the ecological destruction of animal factory farming. 3. Speak about the important changes that we need to bring in the environment - in colleges and schools.
Students will tend the garden and the this project will provide food for the school cafeteria.
Using donated pots, we would like to build a container garden so members will have a hands-on experience growing their own plants and learning about gardening and vegetables.
My project will help young people out of poverty since introducing young people to do something with their hand to their lives ganger on site. I WANT THIS PROJECT CAN BE DONE WITH THE SUPPORT OF EVERYONE. with the media on any of these forms of everyone we will succeed this project. with the participation of each of you we will win this project make it happen. this project be done by building a craft and cultural center and the construction of an eco-village on the grounds of one hectare we already have. To strengthen the monitoring of this project we have a volunteer component that strengthens the ability of expertise, support, support by young expatriate world who come here to work on site in the project that will start in January 2016 that we have met the requiert funding for this project in place.
As an active group, we organize meetings, utilize social media and participate in community events to increase our visibility and recruit more volunteers for our campaign. We have already hosted our first fall planting event and planted young cabbage and collard green seedlings in the ground that were donated to us. Currently, we had our second fall planting event on Sept. 26th, where we will plant carrot, cauliflower and pumpkin seeds. We are actively communicating with more organizations and groups to collaborate new ideas, and increase our community impact for the greater cause of healthy and accessible food for all! We are also seeking to gain more support of K-12 schools, youth and church groups. The resources from earning this grant is helping to make the progressive of the food justice movement all the more real, tangible and possible in our local community and beyond.