Czech Republic
Selecting school supplies - done. Handover to The Green Life organization for Indonesian schoolchildren on Sumatra.
United States
20 students will recount stories from their lives, with a variety of experiences, both memorable and deeply moving. All of the authors are English language learners, and they wish to inspire others to keep going "one more day", even when the circumstances around them may seem dire and uncontrollable. Each of the students is driven by empathy for so many others impacted by natural disasters, and they simply want to help in some small way. The writing process will not only serve others, but enhance the language and writing skills of our many authors with an authentic purpose. The funding will be used to purchase quality photobooks to send to various libraries and classrooms nationwide, and to Mexico.
United States
The Changemakers Siler City, NC United States See map: Google Maps Human Community and Human Condition Peace 1 Subscribe to group ...
United States
This project will continue te fine work begun by residents. Being awarded the mini grant will do so much in recognizing their work saving and changing animal lives, and doing it by themselves.
United States
This will be done by creating a letter and video educating children about endangerment and what they can do to help. We are inviting individuals across the country ages 5-9 to share their drawings and writing of why they believe endangered animals are important to consider helping. Through this video montage individuals who contribute will gain knowledge through creating their contribution and those who view the video will be educated and motivated to help.
United States
Develop an afterschool club for students who will discover the role of keystone species conservation and the protection of ecosystems. Students will have the opportunity to meet with local non-governmental organizations and conservation groups involved in wildlife preservation. Each group session of 5-7 students will agree upon a wildlife protection action, learn about the role and importance of that species in the environment and the threats and challenges they face, and develop an education campaign for the community for the protection for that species.
United States
Our group will do monthly assessments, clean-ups and educational outreach in the Wissahickon Creek.
United States
This project will increase the amount of ground cover in a denuded area that is currently part of a larger park area. It is treated poorly because it looks like a waste land. We will be doing earthwork to create rainwater harvesting basins, planting native trees, grasses, and shrubs, removing invasive species, and creating an outdoor learning space.
United States
Wildlife is abundant in my area but the numerous storms have driven them away so bringing back resources for them. The creation of food, water and shelter for the many bird and rodent population will increase the wildlife, helping propagate the indigenous plants.
United States
We have a small pollinator garden. We see many bees and butterflies including monarchs! We would like to expand our garden by planting more habitat. We would like to make it more of an exhibit so that our visitors could learn about the pollinators and how to create their own gardens. And finally, we would like to use our garden for science by participating in a research project on milkweed.

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