School Service Learning Programs
Kids Giving Back offers hands on, age appropriate, meaningful volunteering opportunities for students to truly understand the value of giving and generosity.
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These Waverley College students lived their school motto at our Cook4Good program by selflessly making 122 meals and delivering them to Jewish House.
The meals are often the first thing that clients of Jewish House experience when they arrive at
These amazing OOSH kids at #NewtownKidsCottage, Newtown Public School spent their afternoon at After School Care generously giving up their time to make animal toys for Maggie's Rescue. The group spent over an hour lovingly creating the toys for rescue animals and...
The Urban Challenge groups have made 7,977 meals for those in need this year, with their Knox Grammar School adding 228 to the total at Cook4Good on Monday. The group delivered some of the meals to Jewish House and the rest were distributed all over Sydney. Well done to
These wonderful volunteers from Dalmas House, Kings School and their parents generously gave up their Sunday morning to make 326 meals plus bread rolls and strudels during our closed community Cook4Good program on Sunday. The group then delivered the meals that they...
496 meals. 107 Arndell Anglican College students with The Urban Challenge. 3 Cook4Good programs. 2 days.
All of these things can be quantified, but what can’t be put in numbers is the feeling that clients of Will2live and Jewish House get
“We have kids who are working very long hours after school, they’re feeding sheep, and they’re taking on the pressures of their parents…. We’ve socialised our country kids to be tough … they say ‘there are kids worse off than us’ but I don’t believe that anymore…..These kids are seeing death, dust storms … I want the kids to see Trundle Central School as an oasis in their life.”
We recently welcomed Year 5 and 6 from Camdenville Public School to our Cook4Good Melting Pot program, tying in with work they have been doing on a recipe book for the past term. The group generously gave up their time to cook 220 meals that were donated to the Asylum...
Having travelled all the way from Wangaratta, Victoria, to participate in Cook4Good, Year 10 students from Cathedral College were on a mission to make sure their journey counted! Working industriously, the students cooked an incredible 234 nutritious portions which
Loads of schools have signed up for A fiver for a Farmer – on Monday, August 13th students will dress up as farmers and bring in a $5 note to support drought relief. If your school hasn’t signed up please donate now
A huge thank you to the two groups from Rustic Pathways who spent their mornings preparing, packaging and delivering a total of 220 meals at our Cook4Good program.