Easy as Pie: Northwest Christian Elementary school students raised funds for their Something to Eat School Service Project in very unique ways, including a “pie in the teacher’s face” fundraiser. Students raised funds and package enough meals to feed 12,000 people!
Santa Snapshots: Glover Middle School Action Team creatively raised funds for their Service Program by dressing up as Santa and selling pictures to their peers. They are now creating a food pantry in their own school for students who need food on weekends.
DJ Dub Step: DJ danced at the worlds largest three-on-three basketball tournament, at airports, and just about anywhere else he could raising money to end childhood hunger. To date, DJ has coupled his talent for dancing with his passion for making a difference, raising more than $1,000 of support for GA's programs.
Serve the City Camp: Each Summer, middle school students attend GA's Serve the City Camp, spending hours each day at various organizations such as Second Harvest Food Bank, HRC Ministries, UGM and Blessings Under the Bridge.Through this immersive experience, youth learn first hand about the work of other organizations in the region and discover that they can be catalysts for change.
Freedom Bags: Mead High School Action Team chose the Defend Free program for their school’s Service Project, creating and distributing Freedom Bags to regional trafficking and sexual assault victims through various community partners. These bags contain a number of essential items from toiletries to blankets.