Type: Private Participation (Service)
Private Participation (Service)

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Risk Level:Low
Process
  1. Work with your school’s administration to schedule a weekend dog wash in your school’s parking lot.
  2. Dog wash patrons can include students, parents, and anyone else in your community in need of a clean pet.
  3. Finally, any/all tips can either be given to the clubs participating or donated to a charity of your choosing.
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Private Participation (Service)

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Risk Level:Low
Process
  1. Contact your local retirement home’s activities director to talk about planning a pet show for his/her residents.
  2. While planning, be sure to take all potential allergies into account.
  3. After the event has been planned, travel with your students and enjoy the day! This is a phenomenal activity for all involved, as many retirement homes rarely have the chance to bring in man’s best friend.
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Private Participation (Service)

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Risk Level:Low
Process
  1. Contact your local food bank, homeless shelter, or community outreach center to get a list of needs for needy families.
  2. Without displaying names, create “wish lists” on campus for students to claim.
  3. Students who claim a wish list are responsible for purchasing any/all gifts.
  4. Finally, organize a night where students can personally deliver their gifts. After all, the best part of service is personally bringing love and compassion to those who need it.
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Private Participation (Service)

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Risk Level:Low
Process
  1. Contact your local retirement center to find a list of needs for their community.
  2. Next, set aside a day for students to make personal grocery trips for those in need.
  3. When delivery is complete, be sure to spend time with the community to add a personal note to your service.
Private Participation (Service)

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Risk Level:Low
Process
  1. Entries in this competition can include recycled plastic, paper, or anything else your students can reuse!
  2. After the competition has completed, display the winners around campus for all to see.
  3. This is a great way to gain participation and spread a positive message for the environment.
Other
Private Participation (Service)

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Private Participation (Service)

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Risk Level:Low
Process
  1. Contact your local Ronald McDonald house to find out when soda tabs will be collected.
  2. For each tab collected, a donation is made on your behalf to help benefit families in need.
  3. To collect tabs, place donation bins in areas where students are likely to drink soda. This can be done on campus, in local areas, or near concession stands during school events.
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Private Participation (Service)

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Risk Level:Low
Process
  1. Contact your local parks and recreation department to see if they have a need for homemade bird feeders.
  2. Next, visit local hardware stores and solicit donations needed to create the units.
  3. Set a time and place for building to begin. Be sure to include as many students as possible and invite everyone who might be interested.
  4. Finally, hang the bird feeders at your local parks and enjoy the serenity!
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Private Participation (Service)

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Risk Level:Low