Children’s participation in the community gives them the chance to apply what they've learned in the classroom to real human needs.
Children learn to make a difference with what they do.
Self-confidence and a can-do attitude spreads to their academic pursuits.
They learn how to better solve problems, teamwork, the ability to follow instructions.
Students meet new people and strengthen their ties to the community.
They learn that they can be responsible for making great things happen.
Children obtain a sense of pride when they see what they've done is actually helping others.
Community service brings learning beyond the classroom as they work in the real world.
Children learn leadership skills.
Together children and the community build a positive future.