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“A Flower for Cancer”: Lorenzo, a 5th grade boy in Dracut, had an idea to create a flower bed in honor of all cancer patients and also to organize a fundraiser selling flowers and pens to benefit Dr. Sweetser’s cancer research lab at Mass General Hospital. The flower bed is thriving at The Holland Project, a therapeutic farm for children in Merrimac, MA. Click to contribute to Lorenzo’s fundraiser (100% will be added to his donation to Dr. Sweetser’s lab)!

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“James’ Emergency Toy Box”: A 6th grader is putting together a bin with phone chargers and cables for the waiting rooms at various hospitals. This project is in honor of her 2-year-old cousin, James, who recently underwent successful treatment for a brain tumor. Click to contribute to an ongoing fund that will provide even more Toy Boxes!

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“Project Transportation”: A 7th grader will be installing a bike rack at his school that doesn’t have one yet, so that more students can ride their bikes to school.

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“Spaulding Basketball”: Two 7th grade brothers are providing basketball hoops and soft balls for the doors of pediatric patients at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital and will also be spending time playing with them to brighten their days.

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“Vids for Kids”: A 5th grader has been working with a mentor to learn storyboarding, video recording and editing in order to create a PSA-like video about “Friendship and Compassion” to help her school culture and encourage students to be kind and inclusive.

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“Kyle’s Magic”: Two brothers, 3rd and 5th graders, are learning magic techniques from a professional illusionist mentor and then will perform for peers at school and at other venues.

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“A Book is a Smile”: A 4th grader is collecting Dr. Seuss and other early reader books to set up libraries for children at local community health centers and homeless shelters.

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“Sweet Treats”: Five 6th graders are going to receive mentoring from a cooking teacher and then will plan a fun cooking workshop for little kids.

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“Let’s Kick Cancer!”: Four 4th graders are planning a special school-wide kickball game to build community, raise awareness about childhood cancer and collect donations for The Jimmy Fund.

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“A Gymnastics Class”: Two sisters, 3rd and 4th graders, are leading a beginning gymnastics class for children living in transitional housing.

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“CL Babysitting”: Two 5th graders have started a mother’s helper business and plan to donate all of their earnings to a charity.

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“Dance Explosion Exploration”: Four 5th graders will be teaching their own after-school dance class to younger kids at their school for 6 weeks.

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“Santa’s Elves”: Seven 6th graders will be throwing a holiday party at a local homeless shelter for families and bringing gifts for each of the children.

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“Thanksgiving Day Help”: Three 3rd and 4th graders will be shopping for and delivering Thanksgiving meal groceries to local families in need.

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“Super Cancer Fighters”: Five 6th graders are assembling gift bags for children with cancer filled with things that could be comforting, helpful and fun during their treatment and will deliver them to a local hospital.

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“Fuzzy Wuzzy’s”: Three 5th graders are going to do a fun craft activity with seniors at local nursing homes.

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“A Christmas Gift from the Heart”: Five 6th graders are planning a holiday party for a local shelter. They will shop for gifts for each of the children living there, and then decorate and throw the party and play with the kids.

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“Gymnastics Class”: Four 2nd graders are going to do a gymnastics demonstration for preK kids at a local daycare.

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“Soldiers/Veterans”: Two 5th graders are going to send care packages to Operation Gratitude for soldiers and veterans.

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“Arts & Crafts”: Two 5th graders are making homemade cards and painting small canvases to give to homeless children and will also spend an afternoon playing with them.

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“Blankets for Kids in Need”: Two 5th graders are making fleece blankets for every child at a local women’s shelter.

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“Isabelle and Mackenzie’s Tutoring”: Two 5th graders are going to plan and do fun learning activities with kindergartners at a local after-school program.

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“Bows and Boutiques”: Two 4th graders are making hairbows and headbands to give to pediatric patients at a local hospital.

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“A.S.V.”: Six 6th graders who love animals are going to volunteer at a local rescue shelter for cats and also purchase wish list items for donation.

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“Games to Make a Difference”: Three 2nd graders who are passionate about sports are going to receive mentoring from an expert sports teacher and will then plan and lead a fun sports clinic for younger kids.

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