Service Projects

Awesome images about service projects

How to Create a Homeless Care Package for Someone in Need ~ One pinner said, "what they always want the most (believe it or not) are clean white socks." Another said she keeps her 'care/blessing pkgs' in her trunk all year round. What a
I found everything I needed to make a decent first aid kit for under $10
Socks of Love! How cool is this? Fill one sock with necessities (toothbrush, soap...)- put the other sock in too and donate socks of love to homeless shelters and such!#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#
ConKerr Cancer collects pillowcases that they donate to kids with cancer. It can be tough to find simple service projects that don't take much time and that you can do at home or with a group...(ie: church group, kids class, etc.).
Print these "may this small act of kindness brighten your day" cards and follow this project "recipe" to make random acts of kindness easy and meaningful for your children
container garden
Part Shade Pot.
Some of the projects focus on volunteering and others on how to raise money for a cause. Rose opted to make a craft and earn money for missions. #hsreviews #homeschool #missions
Ten service projects for kids (although I think they sound super fun for us big girls. I'm gonna suggest my women's Bible study group do one of these.)
Think Spring with these beautiful recycled magazine flowers. I love the paper strips filling the vases! Could also try shredded recycled paper in varied shades of green.
How to Help Your Kids Develop Compassion by @Deb @ Living Montessori Now
GREAT FHE lesson on teaching kids about self worth and treating people kindly.
Put together a few bags of supplies to carry in your car and hand out to the homeless. Here are some suggestions of items to include... or include them all!
Easy DIY paper flowers, Spring service project
Love love love this creative kid appropriate list! 33 Service Projects To Do With Your Kids at Christmas or otherwise. Blogger does the 12 days of Christmas Kindness.
a list of service projects and opportunities for kids to volunteer within their community that will empower kids with responsibility, engage their compassion, and offer them the chance to affect the lives of others
Teach your kids to knit.
Do with two boards you find at a service project, Hang in your youth group as a reminder. Maybe ask the kids emotions they felt during the project and paint those onto the board.
No-Slip Socks We could make these for nursing home residents.
Homeschooling and Service Projects - great to do with middle school students
Encouragement for Food Bank Recipients by Curly Birds
Bird Seed Dough Bird Feeders by Katie Myers of Bonbon Break
Part Shade Pot.
25 Things You Can Recycle (You Might Not Know About)
What a wonderful and simple project to do.......Great for any organization! Girl Scouts can receive this patch! Check it out!
Blessing Bag
Composting Basics | How To Get Started With Composting - Moms Need To Know ™
Stuff a sock with needed items, including the other sock! Great idea for kids!
LDS Scripture Literacy: Printable Book Guides for the Book of Mormon  MAY:  **Mutual Activity:  Print these off, have the girls bring their scriptures and have them glue them into their scriptures for better understanding.  If they want to, you can get th
Embroidery Library - Machine Embroidery Designs Inspired Project Page
family service project idea: Deliver Chemo Care Packages to local oncology office for cancer patients. #kidsforkindness
Click to read about how Blogging for Orphans suggests you engage your family in a service project to help orphans.
Easter egg sewing kit for an older child's shoebox!!!
Completed Jared Box
I’d just like to give a general plug for this site that promotes ways for teens to improve their communities.  Any kid, even pre-teens, who is interested in community/world service will find ideas and inspiration here.
Jessie Rees prepares JoyJars to take to sick children in the hospital. Even while she was very ill, Jessie asked about about children with cancer: "What can we do for them?" She made JoyJars!
Girl Scout Community Service Projects All Year Long
sunshine + lake water = happiness
Any leftover fleece can go to the dogs. DIY rope dog toys.
Good Service Project ~ Socks of Love ~ Fill one sock with necessities (toothbrush, toothpaste, washcloth soap, comb, etc...) - also don't forget to include the other sock. Then donate "Socks of Love" to homeless shelters or send to troops ov
Volunteer and service ideas for children ages 9-12
A Little Box of Sunshine. What a great way to send a pick me up to someone who could use one. Be a blessing.
Old tshirts become tug toys #recycle #dogs
Dalai Lama #quote. Helping others. From @Julie Kirkwood, Creekside Learning
Blessing Bags and and other Mutual night activities! From Marci Coombs' Blog
Part Shade Pot.
Daughter of a King - Mother/Daughter Slumber Party
Part Shade Pot.
Part Shade Pot.
Service Project for Kids: Delivering Chemo Care Packages | Pennies Of Time: Teaching Kids to Serve
Dalai Lama #quote. Helping others. From @Julie Kirkwood, Creekside Learning
Learn how to make this quick and easy rope tug toy for your dog!
Pillow Case Dresses. A great humanitarian/service project.
ConKerr Cancer collects pillowcases that they donate to kids with cancer. It can be tough to find simple service projects that don't take much time and that you can do at home or with a group...(ie: church group, kids class, etc.).
Help babies in need. Help the homeless. Help a senior. Help a child. Offer help to those who need help.
Video scavenger hunt ideas
Bishopric snacks for those long days at the office...."Must-Stash" Service Project for YW activity
Learn how to make this quick and easy rope tug toy for your dog!
container garden
Acts of Kindness to do at the Hotel while traveling. Easy and inexpensive ways to brighten someone's day at the hotel. Do these along side other acts of kindness on a road trip! So much fun and a way to have meaningful family fun!
alphie pillow
Project Night Night - Nightime bags for homeless children. Include stuffed animal, blanket and book in a bag.
Great printable for Random acts of kindness
Bird Seed Dough Bird Feeders by Katie Myers of Bonbon Break
3 Ways to Help Feed the Hungry (in your community)
Help babies in need. Help the homeless. Help a senior. Help a child. Offer help to those who need help.
Here's another reason to volunteer: it's linked to better physical, mental and emotional health.