A Simple Safe Service project from home: Let your teacher, coach, or group leader know you appreciate them. Send a note that says you notice them and are grateful. The best gift you can give them is your attention and hard work.
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A Simple Safe Service project from home: Practice active listening that values another's experience.
The news is full of confusing information, and being away from friends can feel lonely and stressful. Many people feel anxious and isolated. Help people look on the bright side by writing gratitude pen pal letters.
A Simple Safe Service project from home: Read aloud to someone from literature that inspires and promotes conversation. The act of reading to someone younger is gift enough - it gives attention, joy, and caring - but we add to the service when the book encourages us to talk about important ideas that build community.
A Simple Safe Service project from home: Spark a conversation about giving and generosity. Follow this simple guide to talk about generous action for the good of all. One conversation may spark another and spread generosity like ripples in the larger community. A great lead up to the holidays and #GivingTuesday.
Ignite meaningful action that lights up the world through "Service Sparks" youth projects! Young people explore the idea that beauty is defined by the things that make us unique, resilient, powerful, and thoughtful of others. Collect many ideas together and share a message of empowerment to impact the culture of negative body image.