through classroom fundraising initiatives
As a Child Freedom Project Classroom your students will not only learn about unique issues around the world, but they will have the opportunity to help make a measurable difference. Turn learning into action by participating in raising funds for small projects submitted by people and organizations all around the world.
When your students take action and make a positive difference they feel empowered and inspired. Imagine the impact of children and youth that understand the value and practice of giving and civic participation. We believe that real-world application of classroom knowledge allows students to synthesize course material in more meaningful ways.
Often students ingest information about global issues without being provided with the opportunity to be part of the solution. We hope to empower students and help them find self worth and purpose through the combination of learning and action.
Providing students with the opportunity to apply what they are learning enhances the learning experience and often provides them with a broader appreciation of the discipline and a deeper understanding of the content they are presented with.
A key goal Child Freedom Project instil and enhance a sense of civic responsibility on a community and global level. Beyond the academic content of the course material and the act of giving, we are indirectly teaching empathy and concern on a global level.