PGK (Project Giving Kids) is now Create the Change®!

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Disclaimer - Create the Change® partners with nonprofit organizations that we believe offer age-appropriate service opportunities for youth and families. All of our partners sign a collaboration agreement promising to provide age-appropriate activities in a safe environment. Create the Change® does not run, host, or facilitate the service opportunities seen here, nor are we responsible in any way for the management (financial or otherwise) of the organizations we feature. Always be sure to research the nonprofit organization and service opportunities available to make sure it's a good fit for you before getting started. You may find the organization's contact information on their profiles.

Duration

Multi-day

Directions

Find the best route

How Often Is This Offered?

Daily

Age Range

  • 3rd - 5th
  • 6th - 8th
  • High School

Help Required

Group

Description

Students, teachers and parents can all participate in the student ambassador program! Signing up is easy and all resources are available online.

What's Needed To Complete

Collection bins, posters and banners, email notices to staff and school community, shipment to designated location.

Whose Help Is Required

Students, teachers and parents can all participate in the student ambassador program! Signing up is easy and all resources are available online.

Special Requirements

None

How It Makes A Difference

Your commitment connects lives and sends strength to our servicemen and servicewomen all over the world. Each contribution provides military members with precious talk time through our Minutes That Matter program, and it gives one-time emergency financial assistance to returning veterans through our Helping Heroes Home program.

Where to Serve

In-Person/On Site

Instructions

https://www.cellphonesforsoldiers.com/volunteeropportunities/Register your school into the Student Ambassador Program. This entails creating a drop-off site if there is not one already near your school. Use the tool kit found https://www.cellphonesforsoldiers.com/volunteer-resources/collection-toolkit/here. Promote the events, drives and drop off location that your school intends to organize. Download the Cell Phones For https://www.cellphonesforsoldiers.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Press_Release_pdf_newest.pdfSoldiers' Press Release Template to send to local television, radio and newspaper outlets. Please be sure to include your drop-off location information in your press release. For help with your press release, please contact a member of our mailto:rob@cellphonesforsoldiers.compress team. Make collection boxes available at one or more schools in your district. Parents and students are encouraged to donate their old cell phones. Continue collecting old cell phones through the end of the school year in June. Contact Cell Phones for Soldiers for the closest place to drop off or ship the collection bins. . .

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