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.
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 a Project Good team:
Communication— Sundays @ 4pm | Build open lines of communication between students and parents.
Open Book Adventures Planning Team— Mondays @ 4pm | Create content for a free literacy program for youth.
Open Book Adventures “Guide”— Mondays @ 4pm (March 25-April 29) | Mentor a 1st or 2nd grader during the spring session of Open Book Adventures, a free literacy program for youth.
FLIP (Families Living in Inspired Places)— Mondays @ 6pm | Help children in need create their dream bedroom.
TINKER Camp Planning Team— Tuesdays @ 4pm | Combat “summer slide” in STEM for 3rd & 4th graders.
Empow[HER]— Tuesdays @ 5pm | Help young women find and grow their voice.
Better[MEN]t— Tuesdays @ 5pm | Help young men find and grow their voice.
Elders— Wednesdays @ 4pm | Bring connections to elders experiencing loneliness.
Art Camp Planning Team— Wednesdays @ 4pm | Create a free summer art camp for 5th & 6th graders.
A Deed in Need— Wednesdays @ 6pm | Help those who care for people with special needs.
Water Safety— Thursdays @ 4pm | Help youth become safer during water fun and swimming.
Business Camp Planning Team— Thursdays @ 4pm | Help junior high kids get excited about the world of business.
End of Life Prep— Thursdays @ 6pm | Help people prepare for end of life planning and/or celebrations.
Grief/Loss Support— Thursdays @ 6pm | Help start a support group for loved ones after an opioid-related death.
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.