Supporting Indiana educators/administrators and Youth Development Professionals with philanthropy education, service and service-learning resources from generationOn and Learning to Give.
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- My Dashboard – lists the school and/or club you have joined, bookmark your resources
- Classrooms and Schools – School Directory, Register Your School, Resources
- Resources – Why Service-Learning, LTG – Curriculum Partner, IPARDE resources
- Projects and Causes – 13 Issue Areas
- Fact Sheets – Reading Lists – Do Your Own Thing Guides
Clubs for Kids and Teens
March Theme - Social Justice page includes projects, fact sheets, reading lists to help students work toward equality for everyone, regardless of their background.
April Theme – Environment page includes projects; fact sheets, reading lists to help students take action to protect our environment for their generation and the future.
Do Your Own Thing Guides – Helps Kids and Teens understand, plan and execute their own service project, helping them take action that changes the world around them.
- Current Events page – This page provides tools and tips related to current events. Involve your students’ voice and action to make a difference.
- Lead Your School – Cultivate Your Students; Grow Your Community ; Why Philanthropy Education
- Eight Ways to Get Started
- TeachOne initiative- Single-session lessons with a project idea adaptable for your grade and subject area.
March Is Reading Month
Women’s History Month
World Water Day – March 22
- Clean Water, Watersheds, and Water Cycle lessons
- Water Quality, Community Action, and the Flint Crisis Toolkit here
- Earth Day – April 22 – TeachOne for Earth Day
- Environmental stewardship lessons
- Environmental Service-Learning Toolkit here
- Recycling lessons
National Volunteer Week – April 15-22
Global Youth Service Day – April 20
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IPARDE – Stages of Service-Learning Resources generationOn - Why Service-Learning?
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Kids and Teens
genOn - Register a Service Club
LTG – Why Philanthropy Education?
LTG – Get Started
LTG TeachOne – Four initiatives throughout the year
LTG Plan Giving Instruction through your calendar
LTG Issue Area Page - Lessons and Toolkits
LTG Mini-Courses – Online PD in Philanthropy Education and Service-Learning – Earn PGP points
LTG Create an Account
Download a 2017-2018 LTG Calendar
LTG Trending News
LTG Literature Guides