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See Kids Dream

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 10 people are interested
Student Leaders

See Kids Dream programs empower youth in Central Ohio, but after a challenging year, we need your help. Students are just as overwhelmed with this year as adults. YOU can be the voice that empowers kids. Write a note to a kid to encourage them.

Join us in the community of people who believe in a brighter tomorrow by supporting our next generation of leaders. Help them to believe in their power to make the world a better place. Write a note to a student leader to help them see the possibilities of tomorrow. Your flood of notes can be just the thing a kid needs to feel ready to take on the world.

Visit seekidsdream.org for more information, and all the resources you need to empower kids: https://seekidsdream.org/uplifting-student-leaders/

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About See Kids Dream

Location:

16 Orchard Lane, Columbus, OH 43214, US

Mission Statement

See Kids Dream is a 501c3 charitable organization with a core purpose of addressing critical needs in our community today and building capacity to meet the needs of our community of tomorrow. We do this by using service learning to empower young people (students K - 8th grade) to achieve their own potential, while creating positive outcomes for both themselves and our community at large.

Description

See Kids Dream was founded in 2008 with support of a small governing Board of Directors. We run a service learning program called the Penny Harvest in central Ohio schools (Columbus, Dublin, Westerville and Worthington City Schools and The Wellington School.

The Penny Harvest puts student's in-charge of identifying, researching, understanding and helping to address the needs of others in our community. As children progress through the Penny Harvest, they learn what it means to be responsible citizens, philanthropists, community organizers and leaders.

The student's management and direct control of the process is what makes the program unique. Independent research has shown positive outcomes for the students who participate in programs like the Penny Harvest. These outcomes include higher academic achievement, increased self-esteem and the development of critical thinking, problem solving, research, organization, and communication and leadership skills.

The Penny Harvest is a year-long program that follows the school calendar and incorporates community service as an education strategy to allow students the chance to apply their classroom learning in real world situations.

Children & Youth
Community
Education & Literacy

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.

SKILLS

GOOD FOR

  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

N/A

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