On my son Nic’s 3rd birthday I decided to give him a gift that would last him his lifetime. It wasn’t a big yellow truck, or Star Wars lego set it was the gift of giving.
We made a commitment to give back to the world every day for 365 days.
We were going to change our world – … READ MORE
“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
Students will grow their 365give Giving Tree with every daily give. The school has a big goal to complete 183 daily gives by the end of the school year.
“The 365give Challenge is a powerful … READ MORE
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
This past school year 13 dedicated teachers in the West Vancouver School District, committed to participate in a new educational initiative that would teach their students to give back to the world every day. Over 300 students participated in the program creating positive change in the world both locally and globally.
The 365give Challenge is as easy as 1,2,3. One give, One child, One day at a time. What began as a yearlong giving project with a mother and her child has grown to reach over 275 children. With your help 354give plans to expand our giving movement to reach thousands in September 2014 but we need your help with our … READ MORE
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