A group for high school teachers and students interested in writing a grant to fund a local school project
This group will bring together high school teachers and students (must be 13 or older, please) who are interested in writing grants to fund local school and community projects. This course will run from March 15 through June 11, 2012..
posted message: 2) Create an eco friendly station in one part of the neighborhood. Implement a garden and begin to spread it to become a vegetable garden/communal garden for neighborhoods that could use the food! We would start out with an area that needs cleaned, taken care of. We would clean up, clear an area to plant seeds like tomatoes or peppers, and then eventually handover to someone nearby to expand it to help serve others! Periodically, like roadside cleanup, or Adopt A Highway, we can create Adopt a garden for serving food to those that might be homeless. This will help others begin to have a purpose to helping each other!
posted message: Give me an idea and I will develop/submit it!
1) take over a low income area building, build trees, install a coffee pot and supplies, and create a community gathering run coffee shop to create awareness of eduction, technology, and crating a communal sharing of education. Slowly, this will spread! We can use students from school as volunteers, display art, and begin to branch out starting with smaller one stand coffee shops, reclaiming a sense of individuality to neighborhoods while spreading the chance for education to be shared.