November 9

EMPTY BOWL – Blogging Assign #2 – Week #2:A worldly puzzle with millions of pieces.

 

The Empty Bowls project is a  national project and this is your chance to be a part of the solution. Pick one of the statements below to comment on:
1. In your opinion, what is a students role to support charities?
2. Is aiding charities a responsibility for a young adult or only for adults who benefit by receiving tax breaks for their charitiable contributions?
3. At what age should students begin helping with charitable efforts?
4. What are some other ways besides Empty Bowls that you have personally helped a charitable organization?

Post your blog to the comment section at the bottom of this blog page and/or respond to comments posted before you.  PLEASE, remember to sign your comments using your intials and period # (EX.  sls5 ).

 

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Posted November 9, 2017 by coachshipley in category EMPTY BOWL Blog Assign

206 thoughts on “EMPTY BOWL – Blogging Assign #2 – Week #2:A worldly puzzle with millions of pieces.

  1. MF1

    I think kids should become involved in charitable activities at age 10. I say age 10 because that’s the age when kids start learning good from and start taking responsibility for their mistakes. They’ll be able to decide whether or not they want to be involved in charitable activities.

  2. CG1

    1) I feel a students role in supporting charities is too just be aware of what’s going on and not assume that everyone has a life like them and that some people don’t have what they have. 2) I think young adults should be responsible too because by 16 your able to get a job and some teens even have jobs before then so they also can take action and change ways of others. 3) I think at any age they want and as young as they want because it’s nothing bad and the more you grow with years of always helping the needy is such a good thing and it makes you care more. 4) Other ways I personally helped the needy was giving toys to children who didn’t have them and give away clothes that I never wore or stopped using to children who didn’t have much clothing.

  3. GC1

    3.) I think students should start helping with charities at the age of sixteen. I say this because at that age teenagers start to work and they can give some of their earnings to charities. Teenagers should be able to contribute to they community and help others in need.

  4. IP 1

    I think charity is a good way for students to get involved in community service. They are doing good things by helping the needy.

  5. G.R1

    4.) Other ways I have helped charitable organizations was by donating money, and I have volunteered at an Organization where kids that are sucks[sick] stay and it’s like a small hospital, I made the families some food and I have also volunteered at a church that gives homeless people a place to stay for the night. When I was there I served them food and made their beds. I also donated my old toys to kids that couldn’t afford them.

  6. CR1

    3. Students should start helping at an early age. When they help when they’re young, they want to keep doing every year. They earn a sense of pride because they’re being helpful. As they get older, it becomes a routine to do charity work. The earlier the kids help, the more they’ll want to do it the following years.

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