Unfamiliar with the game of soccer
Willing to support his effort to help
More interested in helping food banks than in playing soccer
Eager for him to become president of the organization
He asks newspaper reporters to inform others about soccer camps.
He asks local food banks to provide locations for soccer camps
He trains schoolteachers to become qualified coaches
He depends on teenagers to volunteer as coaches
During the three-day camp, more than 70 children were able to play soccer.
The coaches also teach children about staying healthy by exercising and eating the right food
During the school year Kicking4Hunger offers clinics that are usually held for one to three days.
Kicking4Hunger has set a goal of bringing soccer camps to other states by 2014 and to other countries by 2016.
He was able to focus on a new career
He was able to choose
He received advice about how to be an effective soccer coach
He was able to use the prize money to help his organization
People who work with children
Volunteers fill bags
Fit the needs of
Experience other difficulites
Shares information with its volunteers
Relies on people to support its goals
Identifies which toys children prefer
Estimates how many bags will be needed
She and other volunteers placed these items in bags to give to children who needed it
After the bags are filled, they are sent to the children who need them.
Volunteers who sew make the bags that hold the donated items and also make other things that are included in the bags, such as blankets and bibs.
Thanks to these kits, about 70 other Care Bags programs have been started
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After talking to her parents, Annie Wignall started a project called Care Bags. People who work with children contact Wignall's group about children who need help. Volunteers for the project then fill bags with toys and other items
Annie Wignall wanted to find a way to help other children. After talking to her parents, she decided to gather items that children needed and put them in bags for delivery. Many people volunteered to help Annie with her project when became known as Care Bags
After hearing about a family that had to leave their home suddenly and left some things behind, Annie Wignall decided to create the Care Bags project. The project provides bags containing toys and other items to children who need them. Project volunteers have helped thousands of children all over the world.
Annie Wignall gathered some items in a bag for children in need and decided to start the Care Bags project. The project has now helped children all over the world by putting together many more similar bags. Wignall still directs the project's activities.
They both want to attend college and earn teaching degrees
They have both received awards for their willingness to assist others
Their concern for others people has inspired both of them to think creatively
Their enjoyment of volunteering has motivated them to start their own organizations