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Self-identify passion

When K-Kids students discover their heart to serve, they recognize serving others as a new, exciting way of life. Help members find their passion to serve by using an excerpt from this year’s K-Kids member handbook. Self-identifying what members care about most allows them to think of ways to improve their school, community and the world. Once all members complete the worksheet individually, share the results as a group to brainstorm club service project ideas. 

For example, if you find your club is passionate about animals, get creative about service projects that allow club members to be involved with or directly impact animals: Create no-sew fleece blankets for animal shelters, raise awareness about animal extinction or work with a local organization. 

After your brainstorming session is over, share your outcome! Contact Kelly Wallace for a chance to be featured internationally and show other K-Kids clubs around the world ways to be successful. Be sure to include details of the activity experience, photos of it in action and personal quotes from members.
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