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  • Girls Who Code

    Start a Girls Who Code Club in your community and get girls excited about coding and computer science.

  • Chicago River Cleanup

    Organize a river cleanup in your community or workplace and help to keep the Chicago River litter free.

  • StoryWalk

    A StoryWalk is a children's book presented along a path or trail, displaying page by page for the audience to enjoy.

  • Urban Forestry

    Bring people together in your neighborhood to plant trees for the benefit of your community and the environment.

  • KABOOM!

    Fetolela libaka tsa letsatsi le letsatsi hore e be libaka tsa ho bapala ka Play Everywhere.

  • FIRST LEGO League - Challenge

    Lead a hands-on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) programme in your school or community for 9-14 year olds

  • Nüdel Kart

    Make creativity, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths) and well being top priorities by transforming any space into a creative, loose parts, play space for 3-12 year olds.

  • Men's Shed

    Provide a space in your community where men can find meaning, friendship and belonging.

  • Pop-Up Play Spaces NYC

    Pop-up play spaces provide the joy of unstructured play to the children of NYC.

  • International Coastal Cleanup®

    Ready to #SeaTheChange and organize your own cleanup?

  • Recycle Across America

    Start recycling right with standardized recycling labels for your school that will help you to improve recycling and save your school money.

  • Grow Remote

    We're on a mission to make remote employment visible and available in local communities, regardless of location

  • CoderDojo

    Teach kids in your community to code in a fun and collaborative environment

  • Neighborhood Forest

    Growing the Indoor Forest – Building, Sharing, and Caring for Indoor Plants

  • Peace First

    Equip young people with the skills and commitment to solve problems with courage, compassion and collaboration

  • Tales Toolkit

    Interactive, child-led storytelling toolkit for schools transforming everyday situations into imaginative worlds.

  • Building School Gardens

    Use school grounds to develop a sense of place and connection to the environment for urban dwellers.

  • Playworks

    Leverage evidence-based play strategies to transform the culture of your recess, classroom, or youth program!

  • Fraction Ball

    Fraction Ball e penta hape mela ea lebala la basketball ho thusa bana ho ithuta likaroloana le lidecimal.

  • Sambusa Sunday

    Community gatherings to build bridges and overcome division

  • GIY

    Get together with people in your community and share the joy of growing your own food.

  • Make Stuff Move

    This is a fully funded Mobile Maker Space classroom kit as well as an additional $250 for you.

  • Lunch Out of Landfills

    Through waste sorts, Sharetables, and education around composting and waste management, students make their school a centre of changing norms around food waste and food redistribution with the guidance of a Staff Champion who receives a stipend and support every step of the way.

  • Eartheasy School Garden

    From launching your garden committee to hosting a school-wide ‘dig day’, learn how to start a school garden for education, eating, and fun.

  • Better Block Parklet

    Expand public or private space with these digitally fabricated parklets.

  • Walking School Bus

    Organize a Walking School Bus in your local area for a healthier, more fun way for kids to get to and from school.

  • Welcome Dinner

    Welcome new arrivals with dinner in your community. Join a welcoming movement built around food, language and social interaction.

  • TreePlanters

    Get hands-on education and support to plant trees in your neighborhood with your neighbors.

  • Pop Up Museum

    Bring people together in conversation through stories, art, and objects.

  • FIRST® LEGO League - Explore

    Lead a hands-on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) programme in your school or community for 6–10 year olds

  • Open Orchard

    Organise an Open Orchard to bring people together, provide free fruit to local residents and green our urban environments.

  • Ho bapala ka Trust

    Playing with trust ke papali ea boto e ikhethang haholo / papali ea dijithale e khothaletsang tshebeliso e bapalang ea libaka tsa sechaba

  • Rigamajig

    Bringing Rigamajig to Communities Worldwide

  • Trade School

    Create an alternative learning community to share skills and talents in your community.

  • Education for Sharing

    Teaming up with teachers to learn about social emotional skills through play

  • Generation Citizen

    Teach teens how to work with local leaders and take effective political action to fix local problems.

  • Outdoor Club

    Adventure Beyond the Classroom

  • FIRST LEGO League - Discover

    Lead a hands-on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) programme in your school or community for 4-6 year olds.

  • Urban Thinkscape

    Fetola sebaka sa sechaba sechabeng sa heno ho ba monyetla o monate oa ho ithuta.

  • EasyPeasy for Practitioners

    Discover the power to create lasting impact in the lives of young learners and their families through EasyPeasy

  • Initiatives for Sharing

    With Initiatives for Sharing, children and teenagers learn project management tools to launch their own community development initiatives, ultimately empowering them as agents of change.

  • Hour of Code

    Organize an Hour of Code™ and join a global movement introducing tens of millions of students worldwide to computer science.

  • Garden Club

    Create a garden space for children to learn, play, and grow nutritious food

  • Welcome In

    Welcome immigrants to your community through conversational English classes

  • Welcoming Week

    Build Common Ground in Your Community by Hosting a Welcoming Week Event.

  • Play Day

    A playful event in communities that celebrates the skills, resources and personalities inherent to the people that live and play there.

  • Mehopolo ea lebala la lipapali

    Haha lebala la lipapali kae kapa kae moo o leng teng, o sebelisa lisebelisoa tsa lehae, lisebelisoa le litsebo

  • Let Grow Play Club

    Start your own Play Club, and unleash the power of unstructured play!

  • The Last Plastic Straw

    Start a grassroots campaign to reduce and eliminate wasteful plastic straws from our communities.

  • Li-Earth Cubs Potso

    Tlisa boemo ba leholimo, tshebetso le thuto ea tikoloho likolong tsa heno, mme o ntlafatse tshusumetso ea sechaba ka Sehlopha sa hao sa Plogging!

  • Sow it Forward

    Start a vertical school garden in your classroom to give kids access to fresh produce and to learn about growing food.

  • Bee Friendly Farming

    Promote pollinator health on your farm and receive recognition and consumer support for it.

  • Rooted in Cheyenne

    Cultivating a greener, healthier and more livable community by planting trees as we all stay at home

  • Parent Meet-Ups

    Bring together parents and caregivers from your community by starting a meet up to share parenting tips, ideas and play inspiration

  • Pollinator Partnership

    Invite pollinators to your neighborhood by planting a pollinator friendly habitat in your garden, farm, school, park or just about anywhere!

  • SOUP

    Host a regular micro-granting dinner to celebrate and support creative projects in your community.

  • Community Composting

    Divert your community's food waste from landfill, reducing harmful greenhouse gas emissions

  • River Cleanup

    A community based initiative aiming to clean and maintain local rivers

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Re kopane le balekane ho fana ka lichelete tseo o li hlokang ho tlisa merero e nang le tshusumetso sechabeng sa heno

  • AWS InCommunities Eastern Oregon Fund

    Apply for up to $10,000 to start or expand a community project in your community in Morrow or Umatilla County.

  • SubClubs for All

    Apply to start a SubClub today!

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