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Youth Service Hawaii’s Youth Philanthropy Board announces the availability of grant funds (up to $750) to support service learning projects!
SEE THE ATTACHED APPLICATION FOR MORE INFORMATION: YPBBeTheChange.pdf
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Youth Service Hawaii’s Youth Philanthropy Board announces the availability of grant funds (up to $750) to support service learning projects:
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Need a little help with your service learning project? We can provide some funding!
Youth Service Hawaii's Youth Philanthropy Board announces the availability of grants funds (up to $750) to support service learning projects:
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Our Youth Philanthropy Board wants to help you with your service learning projects! We have grants up to $750 to help you with things like purchasing supplies or paying for bus transportation. Now is a great time to consider applying for a mini-grant from the Youth Philanthropy Board (YPB). Applications are due by September 21 so this gives you some time to plan. Filling out the application can be a great class…
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Educating The Heart
The Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Foundation is once again generously offering funds through its Educating the Heart Program. Private and public school classroom teachers of grades 7-12 who would like to do a service learning project for a non-profit agency that helps Hawaii's poor and needy should definitely take advantage of this opportunity. After the class…Continue
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Our Youth Philanthropy Board wants to help you with your service learning projects! We have grants up to $750 to help you purchase supplies or pay for bus transportation. Now is a great time to consider applying for a mini-grant from the Youth Philanthropy Board (YPB). Applications are due by September 4 so this gives you some time to plan. Filling out the application can be a great class activity!
We are most likely to fund service learning projects…Continue
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This morning, three examples of local service learning projects were featured on KHON2 news! Trini Kaopuiki went to Highland Intermediate bright and early to interview students and teachers involved in community service learning projects. It was great to wake up and see these youth sharing their knowledge and passion for the community. Links to all three interviews are below:…Continue
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Before planning your holiday or end-of-year class parties, check out the newly released Healthy Snack and Waste-Free Classroom Celebrations Resource Guide. Encourage your school to serve healthy snacks during HSA week as Sunset Beach Elementary School did last month. This resource will also give you ideas to increase compliance with the DOE Wellness Policy, while reducing…Continue
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR SHOWCASE ON THE MALL PARTICIPANTS
The Showcase on the Mall at Windward Mall will be here before we know it. For those of you who are sharing your service learning activities through exhibits, please review the materials below carefully, and be sure to turn in the required forms.
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Here at Youth Service Hawaii one of our ongoing challenges is to share the true meaning and value of Service Learning. Obviously we are firm believers in the power of Service Learning to transform youth and communities. But sometimes it is hard to get the message out to the general public. We had an opportunity to spread the word recently through a recent article in…Continue
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WHAT: The Hawai‘i Environmental Education Alliance is seeking two interns to help us meet our mission and vision.
Mission: To promote and develop high quality Environmental Education by building relationships to improve networking and professionalism throughout Hawai'i. Vision: An informed and engaged island community that values Hawai'i's uniqueness and lives sustainably.
HEEA leaders are excited for the opportunity to mentor two positive and motivated interns that will…
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From Youth Service America:
Youth Service America is currently accepting applications for one of our signature grant programs, including the 4th year of our UnitedHealth HEROES Service-Learning Grants. We will award approximately $5,000 worth of grants to schools,…Continue
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Aloha Friends -
Kokua Hawaii Foundation has lots of resources available to teachers who would like to do more environmental projects with their students. Check out some of these links:
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Are you a high school student looking to serve your community and other students? Apply today to serve on our Youth Philanthropy Board! (Teachers, if you have any great students in mind, please send them our way!)
The Youth Philanthropy Board (YPB) makes a real difference. In the past…Continue
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Please enjoy this blog post from Kumu Kapolei Ki`ili of King Kekaulike High School on Maui. Her students received a Youth Philanthropy Board grant from Youth Service Hawaii and used it to plant native Hawaiian trees.
For many of my students, working, learning, and planting native trees in Auwahi was a first experience although the majority were born and raised on our beautiful island of Maui. When we were awarded our grant with the Youth Philanthropy Board,…Continue
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Youth Service Hawaii recently received these wonderful words from Michi A. Sweeney and we wanted to share them with you. It is a beautiful story about reading, and how the service learning conference helped her make connections with some important people in her life.
When Old Ideas Illuminate a New Path…Continue
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Youth Service Hawaii is looking forward to the 9th Annual Service Learning Conference "Ho`olale i ka `ai ka u`i, Show What Youth Can Do," this Saturday at Kapi`olani Community College. The response has been great, and the conference is now at full capacity!
With the assistance of expert Cathy Berger Kaye, we have crafted an interactive and engaging program that will simulate the service learning process from start to finish. It is our hope that this experiential approach…Continue
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