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Action Plan: Collect fun stuff for sick kids

Action Plan: Collect fun stuff for sick kids

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Imagine having to spend days,weeks, or even months in ahospital, missing out on school andriends. Brighten a sick kid’s daywith a bag ull o toys, books, andgames. Hold a drive to collect thegoodies and deliver them to a localchildren’s hospital. Here’s how:
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Choose a hospital.
Each hospitalhas dierent donations rules so be sure to contact the hospital ormedical center frst.
HOSPITAL:ADDRESS:PHONE NUMBER:
I no nearby hospital is acceptingdonations, contact local churches,temples, or community centers andask i they work with children’shospitals.
ORGANIZATION:ADDRESS:
 
PHONE NUMBER:
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Make a list.
When you callthem up, be ready with a ewimportant questions:
Collect fun stuff for sick kids
What would you like me tocollect?
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Board games
q
Cards
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Books or young readers
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Books or older kids
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Video games
q
DVDs
q
Markers/crayons
q
Construction paper
q
Crat materials
q
Play-Doh
q
Puzzles
q
Blocks
q
Stued animals
q
Action fgures
What condition can they be in?
q
 
New
q
 Gently used
q
 
Both
How should I deliver donations?
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All together
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In individual “kits
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G
et the go-ahead.
Ask theprincipal i you can host adrive at school. (Be ready with yourElevator Pitch rom Project #24 onpage 193.)
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Set the dates.
Decide how longyour drive will run. A week is
 
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Helper #1’s Name:Contact Info:Responsibilities:Helper #2’s Name:Contact Info:Responsibilities:Helper #3’s Name:Contact Info:Responsibilities:
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Get your boxes.
Have everyonesearch their homes or largecardboard boxes. Also ask theprincipal’s ofce or your teachers i they have boxes to spare. Decoratethe boxes so they pop!
8
Spread the word.
Make postersand yers ahead o time givingpeople the details. The more peopleknow about it, the more donationsyou’ll get. (See Project #30 on page216 or great poster- and yer-making tips.) Make sure the posterhas the ollowing:
*
 
 The days o the drive
*
Where the student should dropo the goodies
*
 
What kind o stu you’recollecting
*
 
What kind o stu you’re NOT collecting
*
 
I the items must be new, be sure to say so
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Use your lungs.
Ask i youcan get up during morningannouncements or homeroom. Oruse your big mouth during lunchor between periods and shout outthe cause.good. Two weeks is even better!Any longer than that, and peoplemight start to lose interest.
The drive will runfrom to
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Get your teachers on board.
Askyour teachers i they’ll agree todo something crazy i you reach acertain goal, like promise to wear aridiculous T-shirt to work or shavetheir head.
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Get your friends on board.
It’smore un when you’re doing itwith your buds.

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