Making The Most of This Moment
In these unprecedented times, we are focusing on our core mission – uniting kids, teens and families with nonprofit organizations and ways to help them and those they serve, especially in their times of greatest need. Join us as we offer family-friendly service project ideas to help fill the extra hours of the “school days” during these long weeks at home. Check out our daily book suggestion, activity, and discussion question, and then #ReadDoReflect. Share your pictures and stories of your #VirtualVolunteering with us on Facebook and Instagram (@ProjectGivingKids). Let’s inspire others and share the good stuff in this crazy time. Hope, love and generosity are contagious too.
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WEEK SIX – COVID CRISIS
WEEK FIVE – COVID CRISIS
WEEK FOUR – COVID CRISIS
Tuesday – Begin With Basics:
Read: On Our Street: Our First Talk About Poverty by Dr. Jillian Roberts and Jaime Casap
Do: (Urgent Need) Protective Masks for Boston’s Homeless *Can be mailed if not local.
Reflect: What are some of the reasons a person might become homeless?
WEEK THREE – COVID CRISIS
WEEK TWO – COVID CRISIS
WEEK ONE – COVID CRISIS
Wednesday – Help Fight Hunger:
Thursday – Begin With Basics:
Friday – Aid the Animals:
Read: Evie and the Volunteers: Animal Shelter (Book 1) by Marcy Blesy
Do: Create Shelter Cat Toys *Can be done for a PGK partner or an animal shelter/SPCA near you (while making even better use of those precious rolls).
Reflect: Why do you think it might be hard for animals without a home or those in shelters right now?