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

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Risk Level:Low
Process
  1. To begin, contact your local elementary school administrators to find out the best time of year to visit.
  2. Next, collaborate with your campus band to determine a set list, transportation, and school permission slips.
  3. Finally, surprise the children in your area with a great afternoon of fun and excitement. You will love seeing just how active and excited everyone gets!
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Private Participation (Service)

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Risk Level:Low
Process
  1. Contact Project Night Night to find out which shelters in your area are in need of service.
  2. Next, organize a supply drive on campus to collect stuffed animals, books, and blankets for those in need.
  3. After you’ve collected enough items, work together to pack kits together. This can be a fun experience with students around campus participating.
  4. Finally, contact your local homeless shelter and personally deliver the kits!
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Private Participation (Service)

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Risk Level:Low
Process
  1. Start by contacting your local homeless shelter to gather a list of current needs.
  2. Next, organize a medical supply drive on campus to fill your bags.
  3. After you’ve collected enough items, work together to pack kits together. This can be a fun experience with students around campus participating.
  4. Finally, visit your local homeless shelter and personally deliver the kits. This is a great way to start a professional relationship with your local shelter for future service projects.
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Private Participation (Service)

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Risk Level:Low
Process
  1. Contact your local food bank to acquire a meal schedule.
  2. Next, work with your school’s culinary program to bake fresh cookies to hand out
  3. Finally, gather students on campus together to go hand out cookies.
  4. NOTE: Be sure that the cookies are nut free as to avoid any allergic reactions.
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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 any empty spaces of land are available for use.
  2. Next, work with any agricultural group at your school to see how to best utilize the land.
  3. Any/all fruits and vegetables grown can be used for campus functions, citywide events, or anything else your group can think of.
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Private Participation (Service)

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Risk Level:Low
Process
  1. Contact your local animal shelter to find out their specific needs.
  2. Next, organize a service-drive at your school to collect any and all necessary supplies/funds.
  3. Finally, schedule a weekend day where your leaders can visit the shelter and help.
Private Participation (Service)

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Risk Level:Low
Process
  1. Each month, KIND Snacksholds a service-based competition on their website.
  2. To enter, create a post on the KIND Causes page detailing the service project your group wants to begin.
  3. After creating the post, dedicate the next few weeks to gather online votes on campus. The more educated your school is on the service you want to complete, the more likely they will be to sign on and cast their vote.
  4. If your group collects more votes than anyone else that month, KINDwill cut your organization a check for $10,000.00 to complete your service.
  5. Finally, be sure to include as many clubs as possible in your service project. We shouldn’t have to compete in our own community to do good work.
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Private Participation (Service)

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Private Participation (Service)

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Risk Level:Low
Process
  1. Contact your city’s parks and recreation department to get a list of community parks in need of cleanup.
  2. Next, schedule a meeting with the various student leadership groups at your school to set a maintenance rotation schedule.
  3. Each 2-weeks, a different leadership club on campus will visit the park for a few hours, cleaning whatever is necessary and leaving your community a better place.
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