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Gilmour Academy - Global Outreach
Twice a year Gilmour Academy students, parents and faculty travel to Nuevo Paraiso, Honduras to help Sociedad Amigos de los Ninos.
|Construction||Nuevo Paraiso, Honduras||261||Vote Send|
|Gonzaga College High School||
Operation Hawkeye: Spider '90 (benefiting the Kristensen Scholarship Fund at Gonzaga College HS)
Honoring fallen US Navy SEAL LCDR Erik S. Kristensen and supporting the Erik S. Kristensen Scholarship Fund
|Fundraising for a Cause||National||117||Vote Send|
|Thomas Worthington High School Community Service Club||
The Welcome Home project is designed to help families coming out of the homeless system. We provide everything a family needs in a new home, from toothbrushes to beds.
|Other||Columbus Ohio||49||Vote Send|
|Flying Samaritans at UCLA||
Colonia Margarita Moran: Health Starts Here
UCLA Flying Samaritan's mission is to provide medical care access and health education to a small underprivileged community in Mexico: Colonia Margarita Moran.
|Fundraising for a Cause||Colonia Margarita Moran, Mexico||40||Vote Send|
|The College of William and Mary||
Medical Outreach and Sustainability in the Dominican Republic
SOMOS partners with a community in the Dominican Republic to provide biannual clinics and simultaneously conduct research in order to find sustainable solutions to improving health and health-care.
|Other||Paraiso, Dominican Republic||27||Vote Send|
|Susquehanna University SIFE||
Building Ashburn's on a Mission an additional barn for its expansion in housing more horses for its therapy program helping people with a physical, emotional, or mental challenge.
|Construction||Kratzerville, PA||22||Vote Send|
|University of Central Florida Burnett Honors College||
Achieve a College Education (ACE) Day
650 fifth grade students come to the University of Central Florida's campus to be exposed to all aspects of college life in order to incentivize them to perform well school so they can go to college.
|Mentoring||University of Central Florida||9||Vote Send|
Vassar Haiti Project: March 2015 trip to Haiti
A group of students involved with the Vassar Haiti Project will travel to Haiti to meet the people of the village that the organization supports through various sustainable development initiatives.
|Haiti Assistance||Chermaitre, Haiti||0||7||Vote Send|
|Shaker Heights High School||
Inclusive experiential learning space focused on food justice, environmental awareness, social responsibility, and collaborative interdisciplinary learning.
|"Green"||Shaker Heights High School||6||Vote Send|
Augustinian Volunteers serve in educational, social service and health care settings across the US and abroad in Peru and South Africa.
|Other||Chicago, IL; Lawrence, MA; Philadelphia, PA; San Diego, CA; Ventura, CA; Chulucanas, Peru and Durban, South Africa||4||Vote Send|
|University of California, Riverside/Rhythm And Brains||
Choir For Homeless Youth
Providing homeless youth in Riverside an outlet for expression and empowerment through a choral community.
|Fundraising for a Cause||Path of Life Shelter, Riverside, CA||3||Vote Send|
|Randall Area Youth Service (R.A.Y.S.) Council||
Patriots Day Memorial
The entire school creates a hand-made memorial to each victim of the September 11th attacks.
|Teaching||Lithia, FL||0||3||Vote Send|
Mountains for Moms - Northwestern University
Mountains for Moms is a student global health initiative aiming to elevate awareness and advancement of restorative obstetric fistula surgeries through a student-organized climb of Mount Kilimanjaro.
|Fundraising for a Cause||Tanzania, Malawi, and Chicago, IL||0||3||Vote Send|
|University of Rhode Island||
URI Habitat for Humanity & URI SAVES Alternative Spring Break Trips
Since 2009, the fully student organized, funded and led URI Habitat & URI S.A.V.E.S. Alternative Spring Break trips have engaged 167 leaders in over 8000 hours of life and community changing service.
|Other||Rhode Island & Across the US (4 trips)||3||Vote Send|
|Gilda's Club Delaware Valley||
Cancer Support for Kids
Kid Support is a ten week peer support group, which occurs twice a year, for kids 4 to 14 who have cancer in their lives.
|Other||Warminster, PA and Philadelphia, PA||3||Vote Send|
Community Concerns Uganda (CCUg) Chicken Project
CCUg created the chicken project in an effort to increase the incomes of over 100 women in the communities of Nakalanga Village, Maga Maga and Wairaka.
|Career Skills||Uganda, Africa||2||Vote Send|
Water Access, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH)
GlobeMed at UCLA's WASH Project aims to expand water access to the Nama sub-county in Uganda and educate the community on proper water sanitation and hygiene practices.
|Fundraising for a Cause||Mpoma, Uganda||0||2||Vote Send|
|University of Louisville||
UofL Habitat for Humanity Home
We're building a house from scratch!! We're going to raise the funds and then raise the roof with the first UofL student financed and sponsored Habitat for Humanity home!
|Rosman High School||
RHS Senior Service Day
Rosman HS seniors leave school for a day and work in the community. Started two years ago, this day is quickly catching on in our small town as the day to get out and do something for others!
|Cleanup||Rosman, NC and surrounding communities||0||2||Vote Send|
CCUg Health Education Program
Community Concerns Uganda trained eight interns to visit different schools for 6 weeks teaching about various topics relating to specific age groups.
|Teaching||Uganda, Africa||1||Vote Send|