Supporting Indiana educators/administrators and Youth Development Professionals with philanthropy education, service and service-learning resours from generationOn and Learning to Give.
generationOn’s3rd annual Fight Hunger campaign – March 15th to April 30th! Calling on30,000 kids and teens across the country and around the world to address theissue of hunger through volunteer service. Almost 800 million people in the world today go hungry on a regularbasis. 48 million of them live in the United States. There’s a lot you can doto help solve hunger in your community and the world! Check out these tools and resources to get started. genOn Project of the Month – Make a Smart Breakfast for youth in yourcommunity with our projectguide! Watch as kids learn about hunger in their communities! –“Kids Respond to ChildHunger” 3 min. video. Find some LTG Themed lessons andresources here. And check out more K-12 lessons on the LTG website, keyword Hunger.
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