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Starting on Earth Day, April 22nd, our project will educate school-age children on the issues enveloped in climate change, and what they can do to help. We'll accomplish this by providing lunch time activities that teach about the issues and advocate for change.
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My goal is to spread awareness of children living with disabilities. By providing outreach programs that are inclusive, such as adaptive climbing, adaptive yoga, and health/fitness enrichment.
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The infrastructure for the project is made up of four parts designed to first address the children’s cultural and heritage needs through a program that will provide an enriching educational experience that empowers African Americans and others to become self-confident and others mindful of black history and compassionate individuals. The second link in the Catch-Up project is the technical component, the Raspberry Pi a credit-card-sized computer that plugs into your TV and a keyboard built by the child. It is a capable little computer which will be the focus of student electronic projects, and for many of the things that a desktop PC does, like spreadsheets, word processing, browsing internet, and playing games. It also plays high-definition video. The third link of the technical approach is equipping and training the students in the use of 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tablet. The fourth link is making gospel piano lessons available for selected students because the churches in Chester have a dire need to replace the aging artist of this great music form.
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Clean up and clear debris from streets, vacant lots, and gutters
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Volunteers make a huge impact on the care of the animals, the facility and the community. It is a great way way to get your family outside in the fresh air, involved with animals and to have a learning experience. Our entire operation is comprised of volunteer support and we never have enough help.
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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. There are 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 the animals and encourage families to 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!
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Currently, we have 47 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 to help together. Regular daily chores include; dump/scrub/fill water buckets and troughs, stall cleaning, bathing, grooming, braiding, feeding, mowing 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! Through this program we will introduce families to the love of animals. We can help families find something they are all interested in, where there are tasks for everyone and give them a peek into "farm and ranch life". Helping F.R.I.E.N.D.S. will not only teach families how to care for rescue horses and other farm animals, it will also teach families about the time it takes, the financial cost involved with horse ownership, and the responsibility and commitment it takes to own a animal that lives for 30+ years .
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Currently, we have 47 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 to help together. Regular daily chores include; dump/scrub/fill water buckets and troughs, stall cleaning, bathing, grooming, braiding, feeding, mowing 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! Through this program we will introduce families to the love of animals. We can help families find something they are all interested in, where there are tasks for everyone and give them a peek into "farm and ranch life". Helping F.R.I.E.N.D.S. will not only teach families how to care for rescue horses and other farm animals, it will also teach families about the time it takes, the financial cost involved with horse ownership, and the responsibility and commitment it takes to own a animal that lives for 30+ years .
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Majestic Daughters Empowerment team are fully prepared to bring our empowerment workshops to the women at the Genesis Women's Shelter Outreach. We will have emerging leaders from the local community come and share their stories about how they overcame domestic abuse and what they are doing to inspire other. We will provide light refreshments and also an opportunity to network with survivors and thrivers in the local community as support as the women and girls transition back into society. We will provide a Mary Kay pampering session for these women to feel beautiful and powerful as they prepare for life after the abuse.
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The project is a gathering of agencies, collaborators and partners in various communities throughout the city to address and seek solutions that will combat these escalating issues. Schools and colleges are invited to attend, as well as, young people who are survivors. Young people can tell their stories, shed tears, get hugs and support from clinicians, teachers, faith leaders and survivors. We will reach out through social media, radio, television, word of mouth and other sources to the community for participants and participation. The project will consist of information stations, round table, food and entertainment. Upon leaving the event, we want young people to be armed with resources that may save their lives.

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