Simple Safe Service Guides

SIMPLE SAFE SERVICE

Service projects you can do from home. These simple and safe project guides are an easy entry for any group of young people looking to make a difference with their time and talent. Choose from a variety of project guides. Select one of the categories below, and then refine your search with themes and issues that fit your interests and resources.

The Simple Safe Service projects provide directions for generous actions that encourage youth voice and promote the common good, even when we are apart.  Each project includes step-by-step instructions, reflection, and a connection to an optional lesson plan.

For educators, Ms. Adamonis has generously shared her choice board and reflection for others to copy and use. 

Caring for the Environment through Simple Safe Service

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Caring for the Environment through Simple Safe Service

These Simple Safe Service activities are related to nature and growing things. The simple-to-follow activities are designed to spark generous action and conversations promoting the good of all. The activities encourage youth voice and promote the common good, even when we are apart. Each project includes step-by-step instructions, reflection, and a connection to an optional lesson plan. Click below and then refine the search by adding key words.

Creative Arts through Simple Safe Service

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Creative Arts through Simple Safe Service

These Simple Safe Service activities are related to the arts. The simple-to-follow activities are designed to spark generous action and conversations promoting the good of all. The activities encourage youth voice and promote the common good, even when we are apart. Each project includes step-by-step instructions, reflection, and a connection to an optional lesson plan. Click below and then refine the search by adding key words.

Civic Action through Simple Safe Service

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Civic Action through Simple Safe Service

These Simple Safe Service activities are related to taking action to change things in society. The simple-to-follow activities are designed to spark generous action and conversations promoting the good of all. The activities encourage youth voice and promote the common good, even when we are apart. Each project includes step-by-step instructions, reflection, and a connection to an optional lesson plan. Click below and then refine the search by adding key words.

Communicating Care through Simple Safe Service

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Communicating Care through Simple Safe Service

These Simple Safe Service activities are related to conversation and letter-writing. The simple-to-follow activities are designed to spark generous action and conversations promoting the good of all. The activities encourage youth voice and promote the common good, even when we are apart. Each project includes step-by-step instructions, reflection, and a connection to an optional lesson plan. Click below and then refine the search by adding key words.

Helping Neighbors through Simple Safe Service

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Helping Neighbors through Simple Safe Service

These Simple Safe Service activities are related to helping our neighbors. The simple-to-follow activities are designed to spark generous action and conversations promoting the good of all. The activities encourage youth voice and promote the common good, even when we are apart. Each project includes step-by-step instructions, reflection, and a connection to an optional lesson plan. Click below and then refine the search by adding key words.

Simple Safe Service Guides

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Simple Safe Service Guides

All of the Simple Safe Service guides are compiled here. These Simple Safe Service projects provide directions for generous actions that encourage youth voice and promote the common good, even when we are apart. Each project includes step-by-step instructions, reflection, and a connection to an optional lesson plan. Click below and then refine the search by adding key words.

We are a global community of diverse stories - past, present, and future. Valuing our communities and sharing our unique stories contribute to a more inclusive world. The following three resources were written by educators and youth facilitators across the country to guide empathy, decision making, community building, and social justice. 

Teacher-created philanthropy education lessons magnify the impact of any academic content with themes of generosity, community, and civic and social responsibility. Perfect base for PBL, service-learning, and student-centered instruction. Lessons align to state standards, including Common Core State Standards, and some international standards.