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Tsunami Relief Drive for Kindergarten Students

Any suggestions for what Kindergarten students could do?


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January 10, 20050 found this helpful

How about letting each child bring a pair of shoes that they have out grown.

The children in Asia need shoes to protect their feet and this way kids can help kids. When enough pairs are gathered you can send them to the Red Cross to be distributed.

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January 10, 20050 found this helpful

Our local Red Cross is collecting Care Kits for infants, children and adults as an ongoing effort to aid families and individuals who have lost their homes due to fire, tornadoes or other events in the United States. It was one of our suggested Service Projects for Girl Scouts. You may ask a local Red Cross if any of these kits will be sent to other nations? By helping our country directly with these kits you can help their countries indirectly by allowing the Red Cross to use more funds towards the tsunami affected areas. I know they state that those countries are better off getting supplies directly from more local volunteer services due to the cost of shipping. I would contact a Red Cross unit and talk with them.

Good luck figuring it out.

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