The NH Board of Youth Volunteers (NHBYV) serves as a network of young volunteers from around the state of NH that exemplify the power of youth. This Board of Youth Volunteers has been designed to bring youth volunteers, between grades 7-12, together throughout the year to plan, organize, execute and promote the very first NH Youth Conference on Volunteerism. The purpose of the Youth Conference on Volunteerism is to provide middle and high school students the unique opportunity to network, learn, and be recognized for their commitment to community service.
The mission of The Victorian Hands Foundation is to enhance awareness & respect among younger generations, for our elders. By September 2007, The Victorian Hands Foundation will launch Life Stories, an intergenerational literacy program where elementary & high school students partner with seniors to document the seniors, historical & cultural histories.
Action Courage is the answer to filling the gap between ideas and action. We provide our clientele access to a database of connections and resources that will help breakdown many daunting and time-consuming barriers. We target students who have creative ideas but need an infrastructure to crystallize them. We will utilize information from various sources and compile them into an easily accessible, comprehensive archive.
The Community Learning Center is an independent ecumenical organization located at 4500 S. Prescott Ave. in Lyons. The Community Learning Center is open to all local area residents regardless or creed, nationality or sexual orientation. The Center was founded in 2005 by several local educators with a goal of teaching other local residents about technology. The Community Learning Center hopes to break the digital divide between generations through creative uses of technology. The center hopes to instill the joy of lifelong learning in each participant in its programs.
Get Right will work to ameliorate the iniquities that exist in today's legal system. Observing that too often, low-income citizens who are accused of crimes receive sub-par legal representation without any further help, we believe that addressing the topical problem without treating the underlying cause is ineffective. We will bring together legal representation and comprehensive counseling programs to help non-violent first time offenders get a fair trial in addition to the help that they need to be healthy and productive members of society.
Our venture is trying to break cultural boundaries with our talents in music. We want to bring our diverse population together. We've noticed that some people aren't very accepting and we want to change that. We want to expose other cultures and have people from different backgrounds join together and make music expressing their passion for their culture. This could possibly change people's outlook and make them more accepting. Plus, this will help artists persue their music career without breaking their bank.
The purpose of the Carolina Service Council is to organize service events and social awareness campaigns in the community surrounding the University of South Carolina. CSC is committed to the development of students through leadership and service to others, and to its community through the organization of a wide range of service projects held throughout the year. CSC is comprised of an executive board, committee members, and general service representatives.
We are the Haven of Opportunities for Progress in Education (H.O.P.E.). H.O.P.E.'s mission is to enhance the lives of elementary school children who have been affected by domestic violence and who, therefore, live in shelters. Our team is composed of students from the Opportunity Programs at NYU. The Opportunity Programs has offered financial and academic support for previously disadvantaged students for 35 years. H.O.P.E.?s objective is to serve under resourced children in an under resourced learning environment.
Redemption, Inc. is a community-based non-profit organization serving disadvantaged and underserved youth ages 13-19 within marginalized communities in urban areas. Redemption encourages the educational advancement of youth by promoting intergenerational learning, community involvement, and self-advocacy. We strive to address the issues pertaining to the youth sector in the community, in hopes of bettering their self-esteem, improving their knowledge and access to educational possibilities, and increasing overall community awareness.
The Mission Recycling Committee (MRC) adds to the efforts of improving the environment by advocating recycling. The focus is to establish a long lasting recycling program, to encourage recycling, and to spread recycling awareness to every student at the school. At Mission High, there is a requirement of 40 hours of community service in order to graduate. Many students push this requirement off until their senior year, risking stress and possibly their graduation.