Make a world of difference with your class, club, or community group. Use our Take Action! Project Database to find a service learning project that is right for you.
Host a BeadParty to help raise awareness about extreme poverty and support communities in Uganda by selling beautiful jewelry items.
Speak out about the need to eradicate poverty and related issues.
Help Greenstar find new and improved ways to promote the products of villagers and generate income in rural communities.
Participate in providing animals and training to people in need around the world so they can become self-reliant.
Organize a “Hunger Banquet” to build awareness and raise money to alleviate global poverty.
Learn from inspiring leaders and become a peacemaker in your local community and the world.
Help raise awareness of refugee issues among non-refugee students.
Sit for Good
Take a stand seat for your peers in Uganda
Help raise money to provide business training and seed capital for the world’s poorest people.
Water 1st International
Participate in expanding access to clean water for people around the world.
Help bring safe, accessible drinking water to those who don’t have it.
Join in making your school more sustainable.
Lick Global Warming
Reduce your carbon footprint and learn about the causes and effects of global warming.
Pennies for Peace
Help bring hope and educational opportunities to children in Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Pennies for the Planet
Help support critical conservation projects.
Help care for the nature and wildlife of your own watershed by adopting a local stream.
Lead your school in a bike-to-school day and reduce your carbon footprint..
International Rescue Committee
Educate yourself and the people around you about refugee resettlement in your community.
Design, advertise, and implement a class-wide or school-wide food drive to benefit people living in poverty.
Washington Toxics Coalition
Can you be pesticide-free? Research methods currently used at your school and find ecologically-safe ways to replace them.
Way to Go, Seattle
Help reduce automotive traffic and emissions to and from your school.
Help to maintain county parks and preserve the local natural environment.
Promote civic responsibility, community pride, and quality of life by helping to keep Seattle streets clean.
Find ways to change the world through philanthropy and community service.
Plant trees and maintain forests and streams to improve your local community and create more hospitable habitat for wildlife.
Green Schools Program
Help your school become more sustainable by participating in the King County Green Schools Program.
Habitat for Humanity
Participate in building simple, decent, and safe homes that low-income families can afford to buy.
Contact Hopelink and ask what needs to be done, from student outreach and publicity to assistance with food banks.
Reconnect with your food source, eat the fresh produce, help the environment, and support local organic farming.
Native Plant Salvage
Dig in and help to remove plants from future construction sites and replant them in a new area.
Help design and implement a group discussion and peer education on the topics of reproductive healthcare.
Restoration Projects on Natural Lands and Parks
Get involved in preserving the county's parks and natural stream areas.
Salmon Watcher Program
Watch salmon behavior in creeks and lakes around Puget Sound. Your research will help local city and county organizations.
The Seattle Rotary offers a number of ongoing and date specific projects that students from Seattle schools can participate in.
Seattle Youth Garden Works
Seattle Youth Garden Works is an education and employment program for homeless and low-income youth.
Second Harvest Food Bank
Help fill the nutritional gap for people in poverty, working-poor families, elderly and disabled people on low fixed incomes.
Sister Island Project
Support projects to build or repair schools, libraries, homes, and livelihoods in the Dominican Republic.
Learn about the needs of students and classrooms at home and abroad, and donate school supplies to students.
Storm Drain Stenciling
Let your neighbors know how natural waterways and marine species can be harmed by storm water runoff.
Student Conservation Association
Are you ready to make a commitment to the environment on a monthly basis? Then join the Student Conservation Association.
Youth Tutoring Program
Help at one of six tutoring centers to work with low-income housing communities to foster academic and social growth.
We equip and motivate students to develop critical thinking skills, build global awareness, and engage in positive solutions for a sustainable future through hands-on curricula and professional learning.
Facing the Future is an
independent program of WWU.
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