The Hope Foundation encourages students of all ages to take steps to increase their levels of understanding of the unequal world we live in; to develop their sense of responsibility both for themselves, and the local, national and international communities they live in. It is vital that the younger generation are given the opportunity to become effective contributors and responsible citizens within the world they live.
Encouraging primary school-aged students to think of others and take action to help those less fortunate is a hugely beneficial experience.
Primary School children could get involved by having a bake sale or perhaps a non-uniform day, or could join HOPE supporters nationally by doing a balloon release to mark International Day for Street Children.
To get involved or for more information, please contact HOPE’s Schools Coordinator – firstname.lastname@example.org.