The Ayuda Foundation / Island Girl Power01/30/2016Juanita Blaz09/27/20161008/26/20162015+10, 11, 12Not Suitable for Persons with DisabilitiesNo Costs
Students will help assemble grow bags to be used by senior citizens and persons with disabilities as part of island girl power community garden. Instruction will be given by USDA and island girl power staff. This is a two day project. Must participate in both days to complete this service learning project.
- To help students become aware of the challenges faced by people with disabilities and limited mobility.
- Another objective is to teach students about various forms of gardening.
- Register for this project
- Make sure to complete all necessary forms
- Take a tour
- Call to schedule the dates
- Attend both days
- Submit your refletion online
- Sun exposure bring sunblock
- Use of some power tools
- Physical labor expected
Issue AreaNutrition, Food Sustainability
Agency DescriptionYouth Leadership, Female Empowerment
Point of Contact Informations
Island Girl Power - Juanita Blaz (Program Director)
Comments about the Project Location
island girl power dededo facility must park inside second gate
George Washington High School, John F. Kennedy High School, Okkodo High School, Simon Sanchez High School, Southern High School, Tiyan High, J.P. Torres Alternative School
Environment Stewardship, Health Services, Social Welfare, Veterans
Science, Social Studies, Environmental Science, Permaculture, Agriculture, Horticulture, Culinary, Agri-Science, Special Education
Outside of School
Juanita C.V. Blaz