Children

365 give advent calendar

December
3

An Advent Calendar is a wonderful tradition that children of all ages look forward to at Christmas. What started as a “lift the flap” picture calendar to count down the days to Christmas has turned into another opportunity for kids to “get” more for Christmas. Some advent calendars have a present every day, chocolate, and there is even a Lego … READ MORE

November
29

It’s #GivingTuesday, the day the world stands together to give! We believe that giving starts with the children of our world. It’s never too early to start! Make a commitment today to start teaching your students and children to give.

3 Easy Ways to Give on #GivingTuesday

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1. Go On A Garbage Walk
Spend 5 minutes walking around your neighbourhood … READ MORE

February
24

“Never doubt that small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” Margret Mead.

To 365give a small group of thoughtful committed citizens includes everyone – especially children. We believe if you teach and empower children to give every day and they will be the next generation of world change makers.… READ MORE

November
10

This past week The Governor General of Canada David Johnston rolled out a new campaign called Dare2Give. It’s part of an initiative he launched called My Giving Moment. It’s a wonderful way to celebrate what Canadians are doing to give back both locally and globally.

At 365give we “dare” and empower elementary students to give every day. Last year … READ MORE

April
9

Pauline Johnson School in West Vancouver was the first to join the 365give Challenge as a pilot program. Their 10 weeks of giving is now complete and the results have been remarkable. You will read in this guest post by Lindsay Storry, grade 2 teacher, how one class can create social good in just 5 days.… READ MORE

March
8

We often talk about the ripple effect of giving with students participating in The 365give Challenge. We explain how something as simple as a smile to a stranger can make a positive impact on their day. In turn it may just inspire them to smile at another stranger causing a ripple effect of happiness that has the ability to travel … READ MORE

February
17

Do we really need to educate our children on how to do social good? Isn’t it more important they learn the basics like reading, math and science? The research has been clear. Teaching your children to give will have lasting benefits including:… READ MORE