Emma Moore’s Change Maker Initiative has helped support eight Golden Hills School based community service projects.
Giving back to the community is a great thing and that's why Emma Moore's Change Maker Initiative has helped support 10 new children and youth projects. Each project will be receiving two hundred dollars to help them get started on their own community service project. Across the 10 different projects, 841 children and youth will be able to participate in these initiatives.
The Change Maker Initiative was created by Moore to help groups of kids or youth between ages of 6 and 15 get involved in citizenship in the community.
The 10 community service projects that will be receiving the two hundred dollars are:
Food for Thought - CMJHS
Prayer Blankets Project - Sacred Heart Academy
Thanks Emergency Services - George Freeman Junior High Leadership
Strive Cupcake Sales - CMJHS
Noques! - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Youth Group
Brain Health Matter - CMJHS
Connecting with Community - Wheatland Elementary School
Eco-Avengers - Wheatland Elementary School
Happy Cat Fundraiser - Wheatland Elementary School
Westmount Community Connections-Westmount Elementary School