KIDS of ACTION event!
Kids of Action stuffed bags of school supplies before our weekly meeting on Aug. 8th. The bags will be delivered to an orphanage in Uganda by Rotarians David & Rachel Jordan. When asked how putting the supplies together for kids on the other side of the world made them feel, the kid volunteers replied.
“Awesome” “Great!” “It makes me feel good.”
“It’s nice to know we’re helping kids who are in need.” “Do we really get cupcakes after this?”
KIDS OF ACTION DAY – APRIL 25, 2020
More info on this and more events coming soon!
Benefits of Service
A Way of Life
Making it Work
Great Ways Kids Can Help:
- Donate clothing, tents, sleeping bags, and tarps to Coffee Oasis to help homeless kids in Bremerton, Port Orchard, or Poulsbo. https://thecoffeeoasis.com/
- Clean out pantry and donate non-expired goods to the food helpline. http://ckfoodbank.org/
- Bring a garbage bag and some gloves to clean up litter at the Clear Creek Trail.
- Spend some time at the Tracyton Cemetery to respectfully clean up brush.
- Volunteer your time at the Kitsap Humane Society
- Beach Clean-up! http://www.coastsavers.org/
- Volunteer at your school.
- Donate a Smilepac for Children of the Nations https://cotni.org/smilepacks
- Walk or bike to fight disease through various organizations- Relay 4 life
- Activity boxes with games, toys, or coloring books for the local children hospital
- Visit a nursing home
- Start a community garden
- Clean up garbage in your neighborhood
- Make homeless care packages to hand out when you spot someone asking for help. Example: toothbrush, wet wipes, bottle of water, snack, maybe a gift card to the grocery store, and some warm socks.
- Put food and water out for stray animals
- Volunteer at the local library putting away books, organizing, or reading to others.
- Park clean up!
- Sell lemon aid, iced tea, or cookies to donate to a local nonprofit you care about.
- Write thank you notes to local police, fire, &/or medic units for all the work they do to keep the people of Silverdale safe.
- Get involved in a Scouting group that is regularly involved in outreach activities
- A mothers’ helper to a new mom
- Plant flowers at your school, the firehouse, or police station (with permission).
WANT TO LEARN MORE?
Email us and we’ll be happy to answer your questions. Plus, we’ll let you know when we have a kid’s appropriate volunteer event.