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10 Ways to Help Increase Sleep for Teens and Children

As a mother, I understand the challenges of ensuring that our children get enough sleep to support their growth and development. Sleep is incredibly important for people of all ages, but especially for teens and children who are still growing and developing. Yet, with the busy schedules, distractions, and stress that often accompany modern life,…

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10 Ways Students Can Help Make Clean Air and Blue Skies

Imagine a world where the sky above you is like a giant blue blanket.  It’s not blurry or dirty; it’s just pure and endless blue. Imagine taking a breath there; it feels fresh, like a cool drink of water. Everything around you is clean, and the air you breathe is so nice that it makes…

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How to Teach Teens Healthy Social Media Habits with this Simple Practice

There’s no doubt that social media is very popular in today’s society. Many people of diverse backgrounds all have some type of social media whether it’s Facebook, LinkedIn or Instagram. One thing for sure is that today’s generation of younger teens are the ones who use social media the most and can benefit from a…

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4 Fun Service Learning Projects to Increase Mental Health In the Classroom

Service learning projects are a fun, interactive, educational way of teaching students how to engage in activities, give back to their community and learn at the same time! It can be called many things – community engagement, volunteerism, community service – but they all revolve around the basic understanding of learning, engaging, and reflecting to…

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How to Help Students Achieve Volunteer Hours for School with #Do1Give Day

#Do1Give Day is coming – April 27th – and one way to spread happiness is to encourage students to volunteer. Students can achieve their volunteer hours while participating in #Do1Give Day – it’s a win for everyone! Volunteer Hours are Important for Students Volunteering is an excellent way for students to make a positive impact…

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What people are saying about 365give

“I wanted to express my gratitude for the teaching you provided today. Your message was delivered eloquently, compassionately, and without judgment. The kids were engaged, and now have knowledge with which they can change the world. We all appreciated how you took the time to help us learn to build positive mindsets and practice happiness.”
Shelley Gardner, Grade 6 Ridgeview Elementary (West Vancouver)
“Actions really do speak louder than words, which is why I believe the 365give Challenge has resonated throughout my community. Every give we do is so important to us and leaves us happier and appreciating our lives a little bit more than before.”
Mahina Niyozova (Tajikistan)
“After watching the 365give TEDx Talk, I was inspired to join and begin a daily giving program in India. Today, along with 12 other volunteer women, we provide 100 meals to local underprivileged children in Bangalore for school every day.”
Deepika Ahuja, Mom (Bangalore, India)
“My life has greater meaning now.”
Renate Jorge, @BeKindBrazil and 365give Member, Family Program (Brazil)
“I just wanted to share that 365give really helped me. I am a better person now, thank you.”
MayLee, 365give Member, Individual Program
“This 365give Challenge has really injected excitement and extra enthusiasm in each work day as I think about what we can do. It has motivated me and the students.”
Cristina Peters, School Counselor (New York City, USA)
“I have seen a huge shift in energy throughout my classroom since doing the 365give Challenge. The Challenge has empowered my students to make a positive difference in the school’s community and beyond.”
Cella Adriana, Special Needs Educator /The Holliswood School (New York City, USA)
“The 365give Challenge helps students understand their impact on others. It opens avenues for introducing and discussing global and local issues in classrooms. It is powerful to watch students of all ages think about how they can make a change in another person’s life with one small act.”
Jessica Hall, Primary Teacher, French Immersion at École Pauline Johnson (West Vancouver, Canada)