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365give is Back with a Brand New Mission to Change the World. 365give inspires to be a global movement mobilizing and empowering children through education to change the world one day at a time, one give at a time.

How it all Began

In 2010 one mother wanted to change the world. She wanted to do it with her 3 year old son to teach him about giving back to the world. She made a commitment for 1 year – 365 days – to teach her son to give and to change the world one day at a time. 365give started as an online journal (blog) about one mothers journey of giving with her son and the momentum has grown and evolved into something that could change the way children learn.

365give: The Evolution

A few short years later two dedicated Mothers have collaborated to grow 365give from blog to The 365give Challenge. This is a new educational program for children that will be implemented directly into schools and into their classrooms. Teachers will work with their class and incorporate giving directly into their regular classroom curriculum’s. Each school participating will complete one daily give every day of the school year. Students will be empowered as a class to create “daily gives” big or small that will impact the school, the community and the world around them.

A 365give book will be created to record each and every give completed by the students. The book will be used as an educational tool incorporating visual arts, writing skills, and collaboration between classmates.  The 365give Challenge has the ability to change the way children learn.

Giving has been scientifically proven to improve self esteem, lower stress, increase a child’s ability to learn and bring them into community in a new and exciting way.  It will empower children to make decisions to find ways to give that will improve the world they live in.

We are running The 365give Challenge as a pilot project starting in January 2014 with select classes at Ecole Pauline Johnston and West Vancouver Premier Sports Academy. In partnership with these teachers and students we plan to make The 365give Challenge an easy and beneficial program that could be integrated into the fabric of any school curriculum.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions regarding the pilot project and upcoming plans for the fall of 2014.

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