Projects your group can do to make a difference
Many groups have told us about the creative ways they are making a difference. Use the following stories as springboards to inspire you to take action and make a difference:
Eight middle school students from Vancouver First Church of God donate $1220.
David Douglas ESL class collects cans and bottles and makes a difference.
Just 33 students from North Clackamas Christian School send $320,732.10 in medicines and supplies.
Twelve Girl Scouts treat 1,400 sick children in Haiti.
Clark College students make a difference and raise awareness, donate money and gifts, and suggest new vignettes for exhibit.
Higley family has garage sale and makes a difference.
Eagle Scout donates 400 Hope Kits and brings hope to hundreds of families.
Neighborhood kids form Kids CAN Help and begin collecting and recycling cans to raise donations.
Westview 9th grader studies HIV and AIDS and collects $161.
Mr. Hawk Pageant of Horizon Christian High School raises $1,589 for global need.
Students from Central High School sponsor Race for Hope and donate $3,612.
Centennial High School takes action and gives $615.
Creative writing class visits the exhibit and shares their REAL. LIFE. Voices by compiling and publishing a book of 47 poems and reflections.
Centennial Middle School students give hope through 160 HOPE Kits.
Wilsonville Middle School 7th graders turn inspiration into hope and collect $100 for global relief.
After Family Field Trip, students create video and hold car wash, raising $608 to benefit the poor.
Eight-year-old Adam collects change and saves lives.
One woman gives up a latte and sends $9,000 in medical supplies.
Two teenagers create Kids Fight Malaria and make a difference in African children's lives.
Westview High School students in an advanced writing class publish "The Aftermath," a collection of their reflections after visiting the exhibit.
Battle Ground High School students assemble 300 Hope Kits.
Centennial Middle School creates Crafts for a Cause to raise funds for children they learned about in the exhibit.
Westview High School students in an American Studies class take action and raise $607.
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I'm only one person, but I can make a difference!