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By learning from one another and getting more families involved, we can make a huge impact on the world around us. Come back often. We add new projects monthly! Select a category and start searching!
Inspiration for taking your project a step further, in addition, youll find space to share your own experience, rate the projects, and suggest modifications. Join the conversation! By adding your voice to our projects, your experiences will inspire and inform other families.
Consider asking friends and neighbors to sponsor your effort if you get excited about a project that may be out of your price range. You might end up with a big-hearted community at your side!
Feelings 101, creative for a Cause, back to Nature, teaching Tolerance, mindful Parenting. Cost, free, low, mid, high, cost can vary greatly on some projects depending on the way you approach them.
Service Projects, provide Comfort. Heal the Earth, care forAnimals, fight Poverty, advocate: Peace, Justice Social Action, donate: Charitable Giving Fun Fundraisers. Adopt Holiday Traditions, share Quick Acts of Kindness, teaching Kindness Activities, kindness Conversations.
These 366 Community Service Ideas were compiled by Janet Fox, former Nebraska 4-H Extension Specialist. References and suggested resources: Kid's Guide to Service Projects by Barbara Luis, the Kids Can Help Book by Susan Logan 1998 National Youth Service Day 10th Anniversary, youth Service Project Ideas.
Many of these projects have been tested by Doing Good Together families for ten years. Some are brand new ideas from the Big-Hearted Families team. Each project contains: A detailed list of supplies you may need, instructions, reflection questions to get your family talking, suggested resources for a variety of age groups.