Communiteens chapters across the United States have been working on incredible projects!
Communiteens AHS collected hundreds of books for the Salvation Army, they will be collecting until the end of their semester (mid-December)! They also collected over 200 stuffed animals for SAFE! I am so happy that one of our newest chapters has had extreme success!
Communiteens Reno organized an event for Fashion Club at Good Shepherds Closet. So glad to see an amazing chapter completing a great event!
Communiteens Davie and Parkland collected and sorted hundreds of food items for Harvest Drive! They went to Western high school and helped changed their community for the better. We are so proud of them!
Communiteens South Carolina coached little kids at a local lacrosse clinic for 4 Sundays and donated hundreds of toiletries at the Ronald McDonald house near the clinic! So glad to see the chapter helping those who need help the most!
I have also been nominated for Prudential Spirit of Community Award! I was nominated last year by American Heritage and was luckily nominated AGAIN!!! In addition, I was chosen as American Heritage's nomination for Silver Knight! No matter the results of these two awards, I am glad to be nominated by my school!
I am extremely happy to see the progress each chapter has on their respective communities. Thank you to American Heritage Students, Ally Einbinder, Tyler Crookes, Molly and Rebecca Marks, and Alexa Deeter and Chloe Nixon for an incredible month! Working with other chapters or organizations is exactly how we can make bigger impacts on our world! I am so impressed with all the work everyone has put in and I cannot wait to see next semester's events!
Over the past month, Communiteens has continued to impact communities all over South Florida and the United States!!
Communiteens - Davie and Communiteens - Parkland are both working with Harvest Drive!! Last year, Communiteens - Parkland participated in the drive, where they sorted and organized various canned goods and drinks. The items were brought to the West-Glades Middle School, where the gym was filled with goods donated from around South Florida. Cannot wait to hear how successful the drive will be! Please let me know if you can help donate to this awesome county-wide event!
Communiteens - Weston has been taken over by a new Chapter President. While we are so grateful for so many memories and lives Brooke has impacted, we are also super excited to see the future of the chapter under Marley! We know that she will continue to make a positive and impactful difference in the Weston community!!
Communiteens - AHS is continuing their Stuffed Animal Drive!! They have been collecting items for weeks and their collection will close on October 19th!! If you can donate, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org!!
I am so happy to see all of our chapters continuing their impact on the community! I know that your events are making big changes in your respective communities. Lets keep the momentum going throughout the second quarter!!
Welcome back to another great year of Communiteens!!! This will be our third full year of such an amazing organization and I know that it will be as successful as the other 2! I am super excited to continue to recruit, plan events, and spread the word on the awesome things we are doing to change our respective communities!
Cooper City Chapter, run by Jonathan, donated several sneakers to gotsneakers? and raised 1,000 dollars!!! That 1,000 dollars will go straight to ICareICure which helps children with cancer! I am so proud to see this chapter making a huge impact!
In addition, the AHS chapter, run by me, will be hosting a stuffed animal drive through Jamie Cohen, who is the SAFE (Stuffed Animals for Emergencies) chapter president, my sister, and an event coordinator in the club! I cannot wait to see how successful it is at the end of the Quarter!!!
If you are interested in joining Communiteens, please reach me at email@example.com or on the website and we can talk about getting your chapter started!!!
Over the past month, we have had several chapters across the United States complete events to help benefit their community! In addition, Communiteens and I have won awards!
Communiteens - Reno volunteered at Reno Earth Day, an event dedicated to bringing awareness of Earth Day and celebrate the Earth. They then worked at the Boys and Girls Nite Out, which helps connect people from across the Nevada Community to play games and win prizes. Lastely, they participated in sorting food at a local food bank. So much done in so little time and I am happy to see them make an impact on such a diverse group of people!!
Communiteens - Parkland went to the Humane Society in Broward County to deliver collected items to the animals. Over the course of a couple of weeks, they collected items such as paper towels, wipes, Puperoni treats, and a lot of dog toys!! They went on a tour of the facility and played with puppies and kittens. "It was truly a great and worthwhile experience!!" said Rebecca, the co-chapter president of the chapter
Communiteens - South Carolina did 2 Community service projects: they helped a lacrosse tournament recently and colleceted dry noodles for a school program called Echo.
I am so happy to see all of our chapters continuing their impact on the community! I know that your events are making big changes in your respective communities. Lets keep the momentum going for next year!!!
As this school year comes to a close, I would like to thank all of my chapters, old and new, for creating such successful events! I am so happy to see Communiteens grow over such a short period of time. We have, over the past school year, worked with organizations across the country and impacted thousands of lives. I know that, with our growing impact, we will continue to make waves in the communities around us.
Communiteens - AHS is hosting its last meeting of the school year tomorrow. We will be inviting new officers to the team. Instead of having Event Coordinators which helped design events for the chapter to participate in, we will also have a secretary, which will be in charge of attendance and other important aspects of managing the club.
Cannot wait to see the impact we make next year!!
This month was very successful for Communiteens!!!
The Davie Chapter, run by Ally Einbinder, held an event this month! They held our first ever fundraiser to support Marjory Stoneman Douglas. At Blaze Pizza, approximately $350 were raised to support those in our community who need it the most. Thank you to Ally for leading such an amazing event and I know that your future events will be just as impactful!
Brooke and the Weston Chapter made over 100 medals for WeFinishTogether. They have made over 500 medals this year so far and I am so happy to have seen them make so many in such a small amount of time!
Communiteens - AHS, run by me, teamed up with Best Buddies to participate in the Best Buddies Walk. The event was extremely fun, full of music and food. We were able to befriend people with disabilities, which hopefully changed the views of the disabled in the participant's eyes. They even gave out the WeFinishTogether medals from the Weston Chapter!
Thank you everyone for such a successful month and I cannot wait to see the same impact next month!!
I would first like to say that Communiteens is devastated by the tragedy that has occurred in Parkland last week. We are a strong group that are always looking to help our community. We would really like to be there for our friends at MSD during this terrible time. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any suggestions regarding needs in our community. The Communiteens - AHS Chapter is working to help those who were affected by the Stoneman Douglas tragedy this past week. We will be collecting school supplies to help the teachers and students recover from the lack of access to classrooms. #msdstrong
The Cooper City Chapter, run by Jonathan Greenip, participated in the Annual ICareICure run. There were approximately 22 members who participated under the Communiteens team and finished the race. All the proceeds went to raise awareness for childhood cancer research.
The Reno Chapter has worked with me to create an article for a local newspaper. The article can be found on the "Featured In..." page.
Glad to see so much progress in the past month and I cannot wait to see even more progress within the next few months!
This year has been off to a great start! During this past month, we have done several events AND introduced a New Chapter!
The Communiteens AHS Chapter has completed their first event. The Event Coordinator designed an event to collect Cans of Food over the course of 2-4 weeks. After weighing all the cans, we have collected 130 lbs of food for Feeding South Florida. These cans will go directly to those who live every day not knowing where their next meal will come from. The club/chapter is extremely happy to make a difference in their community.
Communiteens AHS is teaming with Best Buddies for a Best Buddies Walk. It will be taking place in Miami on March 17 from 8-12am. If you are interested in attending this event (it is free) feel free to contact me at email@example.com.
Lastly, Communiteens AHS is hosting another drive for the Salvation Army. They will be collecting Clothing, Toiletries, and many other items that are needed by those who are less unfortunate. This event will take place over the course of the next few weeks.
Outside of Communiteens AHS news, the Communiteens - Reno, Nevada Chapter has been created! It is run by 2 Co-Presidents, Alexa and Chloe. They have already started working on their first event! I am so excited to see the impact they are going to create over the next few years!
In addition, Communiteens - Cooper City Chapter is participating in a walk! The ICareICure Walk is occurring at 8am on February 11th to help support children with cancer. If you want to find out more information, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cannot wait to see the progress and success of all the chapters, new and old!
Congratulations to Tyler on an amazing event in November! They collected over 2500 pairs of shoes over the past few months! After the collection, his friends, chapter members, and lacrosse teammates, packed the shoes and donated the shoes to Funds2orgs, a national organization. I am so proud to see such a major impact on the South Carolina Community and cannot wait for more projects in the near future!
Communiteens - Parkland completed an event recently!! On November 13th, the Parkland Chapter participated in the Harvest Drive, where they sorted and organized various canned goods and drinks. They were brought to the West-Glades Middle School, where the gym was filled with goods donated from around South Florida. Congrats to Molly and Rebecca Marks on another successful event!