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Project Good

A catalyst for human-focused social good. 

 

 

Project Good is a student-led and -directed experiential service program that provides an opportunity for a direct connection and benefit to the recipient and the opportunity for a life-changing experience for the One Stone student. Project Good tackles 15-20 experiential service projects per year that build community and character. Project Good’s impact is proven and lasting, both in the communities we serve and in developing student leaders who are creating good.

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Join Project Good

Are you a high school student in the Treasure Valley looking for a life-changing experience where you can make a real difference in your community?

Join an ongoing group.

Open Book Adventures Planning Team— Mondays @4pm | Help kids develop a love of reading and writing.
TINKER Planning Team— Tuesdays @ 4pm  | Help elementary schoolers bring STEM to life.
Empow[HER]— Tuesdays @6pm  | Help young girls build self love, confidence & a network of support.

Join a new summer project partnering with the E.C. Thornton Foundation's mission
to help underserved kids in areas such as literacy, music, and food insecurity.

New Summer Project | Tuesdays @ 2pm (Topic: Literacy)
New Summer Project | Wednesdays @ 4pm (Topic: Food Insecurity)
New Summer Project | Wednesdays @ 6pm (Topic: Music Education)

Or mentor a young student during a One Stone summer camp:

Open Book Adventures Guide: Literacy camp for 1st & 2nd graders—Tuesday, June 19 - Thursday, June 21 | 9am-4pm
TINKER Guide: STEM camp for 3rd & 4th gradersMonday, July 16 - Thursday, July 19 | 9am-4pm

Be a Volunteer Coach

Are you interested in a regular volunteer opportunity where you can help make students better leaders and the world a better place? Project Good coaches typically volunteer once a week for two hours with a group of students and 1-2 other coaches. 

other programs for 9th–12th graders

These One Stone experiences are open to 9th–12th graders from high schools throughout the Treasure Valley. They are led by students in collaboration with professional coaches and community partnerships.