Video Clip and Discussion Guide: This lively whiteboard video outlines and describes the steps of service learning and inspires ways to take action in the community.
In this activity participants will learn about the process of reaching group consensus. The group will generate service project ideas and begin the planning process.
Video Clip and Discussion Guide: In this set of videos, youth display the impact they have made through putting together fun informative videos about their different philanthropic acts. Watch these videos to generate ideas for your youth philanthropy group to put together a video project that demonstrates their impact!
Video Clip and Discussion Guide: You have interests and talents that can be used to help out your community. Find out how to connect your passions with community needs in this video and discussion guide.
In this activity participants learn how to build stronger relationships with grantees and how they can enhance the grant making process going forward. Document support provided by Community Foundation of Elmira-Corning, NY 2020.
In this activity participants run a basic needs assessment by scanning the newspaper or other community resources for issues and resources. The youth identify which needs are being met already and which ones are not, leading them to focus on what types of grants they want to give that year.
by Alllison N. Stitle
by Jamie Mittman
Generation Z is the youngest, largest, and most ethnically diverse generation in American history (Premack, 2018). Generation Z are young people born between the years 1996 and 2014 (Earls, 2017). Members of Generation Z...
In this activity participants will gain an understanding of diversity, equity, and inclusion and construct a DEI framework for different aspects of their youth philanthropy group. Document support provided by the Michigan Community Foundation's Youth Project (MCFYP) 2020.
In this activity participants will learn to increase their awareness of including others' voices in a group setting and help one another understand what influence means. It will also provide a visual representation of both 'inclusion' and 'influence'.