Volunteering is a great way to help children learn to give back to their community. We believe that kids are empowered by their contribution to our society.
By serving others, kids develop compassion and establish connections with people of diverse cultures and economic situations. Volunteering helps kids develop positive self-esteem and learn valuable life lessons.
Here we connect you with local organizations and resources where kids can make a difference. Because when you help a child help others, you are helping to create a better world.
As the holidays approach we often look for ways to be charitable. And, we often want to include the whole family in our charitable endeavors. While children especially can benefit from participating in a charity that resonates with them, the concept of charity can be perplexing for them. A concrete idea, such as purchasing school supplies for classrooms, can be a great way to introduce charity to children.Read the full story
Do you find yourself struggling to find age appropriate volunteer opportunities for your elementary aged child? Kids in this age group often want hands-on involvement in everything they do, including community service work. However opportunities for independent volunteering can be difficult to come by.Read the full story
Send your kids to school and challenge them to do random acts of kindness for a day. See how much satisfaction they derive from knowing they did something for others. They’ll quickly learn that everyone benefits when students, schools, and communities embrace kindness.Read the full story