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Programs for Local Community


One day events/projects:

* Participation in the Earth Day Fairs

* Park Cleanup events

* Creek / Coastal cleanup events

* Recycling events

* Planting and maintaining trees and plants

* Clothes and used books charity drive

* E-waste recycling events

* Participation in, “Make A Difference Day”

Check out our past events to see how we have organized these projects:

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Wetlands Reconstruction Project:

Green Kids Now is partnering with Save The Frogs non-profit organization to reconstruct wetlands to restore natural habitats.

We need YOUR help to make these wetlands a reality!

Our goal is to reconstruct wetlands at Clifford School in Redwood City, CA.

Our timeframe for construction is Nov30-Dec8, 2015.

The cost to implement this project is $10,445. Green Kids Now is aiming to contribute at least 50% of this amount, and the school has already collected about 50%.

Please donate to Green Kids Now, so we can make this wetland a reality, and please ask the company you work for to sponsor this project.

 

For more details, go to:

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Ongoing long-term community programs:

Striving for Zero Waste Community Awareness Campaign:

Green Kids Now, is raising awareness in our local communities, about our Waste Management, the progress we have made so far with our efforts in 4Rs – Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and Rot, and shows how we could improve and strive to become a true Zero Waste Community.

Join us and be part of the solution! Help your City become Carbon Neutral!
***Students can earn community services credits and will receive recognition certificates.***

For more details, go to:

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Plastic Caps Recycling Project:

Project Goal: To recycle all the valuable Polypropylene & Polyethylene plastic caps, and prevent it from ending up as litter in our landfills and in our oceans.

Project Mission : To raise awareness about the environmental hazards caused by the plastic caps, and encourage citizens to voluntarily take action by participating in this Plastic Caps Recycle Project.

For more details, go to:

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