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$10 Club in Schools

Sunnyside Environmental School

Sunnyside Environmental School The Sunnyside Environmental School in Oregon incorporated The $10 Club into the school curriculum, enabling students to do research on poverty alleviation and make recommendations on projects worthy of our support. Here, the class engages in a conference call with $10 Club President Adam Roberts to discuss their findings.

What the kids at Sunnyside said about their project:
"One thing that I really got out of all the researching was that I learned a lot about all the conflicts in the world that I was not aware of. When I did the research for the ten dollar club it was a powerful experience."

"Now that I'm aware of what I can do, I'm encouraged to help out more people in the future."

"After doing all this work, I feel like I have made more of a link with other people. Learning what kind of assistance poor communities (especially in Africa) need helps me realize what life is like for them."

Wheeler High School

Connecticut Students Walk to Raise Money for $10 Club, click here to read the article.

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