The Ayuda Foundation / Island Girl Power01/15/2016Natalie Blaz/ Vicente Viloria07/30/2017506/30/20175014+9, 10, 11, 12Suitable for Persons with DisabilitiesNo Costs
UNIFORM DRIVE- End of the year collection of public Elementary, Middle and High School Uniforms to allow low income families the ability to access affordable or free uniforms.
Build student's awareness of the need to help those less fortunate and how each of us can help others.
To mobilize an organized effort to collect unused uniforms to benefit those less fortunate.
Educate students about a way they can help others.
- SIGN UP/ GET APPROVED
- Organize a uniform drive in your school or community (Posters, Fliers, Social Media)
- Collect uniforms - take pictures
- Contact Island Girl Power's Thrift Store 989-1604, schedule a drop off date
- Drop Off and take more pictures making the donation
- Upload your REFLECTION to the website
When collecting uniforms in the community
- Never go around your community alone
- Do not enter a stranger's home or vehicle
Issue AreaPoverty - Student Support
Agency DescriptionYouth Leadership, Female Empowerment
Point of Contact Informations
Kurason Ysengsong Thrift Store 989-1604
Either POC Natalie, Audrey or Ben
Comments about the Project Location
Collection of uniforms can be done inside or outside of the school.
Donation to Island Girl Power can be arranged inside or outside of the school campus
Uniforms for the Needy
George Washington High School, John F. Kennedy High School, Okkodo High School, Simon Sanchez High School, Southern High School, Guam Community College, Tiyan High, J.P. Torres Alternative School, Summer School 2016
Social Studies, Business, Consumer and Family Science, English, Math, Special Education , Literature, Sociology
School and Outside of School
Open - Sign up
Juanita C.V. Blaz