Participants explore a variety of philanthropy behaviors as a life-long action and reflect on their philanthropic dreams and goals, focusing on what they can give and the difference it can make.
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Root of the Problem is a divergent thinking activity that broadens participants' thinking about the elements of a problem and where the experts are locally.
The first step to meaningful philanthropy is uncovering an issue or cause that really matters to you. It’s important because, unless your heart is in it, unless you truly feel passionate about something, it’s difficult to stay committed and involved over time.
Youth Activity: Participants will create a collage depicting philanthropic traits and actions. This collage will serve as a visual definition of philanthropy. See the handout for supplemental faith-based discussion questions.
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Get to know yourself and the people you interact with and what they care about with this group envisioning activity. The participants envision their community or world in ten years and describe what it looks like with an issue they care about fixed. Then discuss first steps they can take.