Wow: The Generosity Project connects Blaine County students, teachers and nonprofits to create opportunities for students to experience generosity, and, in turn, foster community engagement and individual growth. We believe that when individuals recognize their generosity makes a difference, a stronger, more vibrant community emerges.

Wow: The Generosity Project connects Blaine County students, teachers and nonprofits to create opportunities for students to experience generosity, and, in turn, foster community engagement and individual growth. We believe that when individuals recognize their generosity makes a difference, a stronger, more vibrant community emerges.



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“Too often, today’s culture sends young people messages that emphasize personal success rather than concern for others and the common good.”
Along with Harvard’s Making Caring Common Project, we believe it is critical to empower youth to positively impact their communities, and to teach them that their voice matters.
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“Too often, today’s culture sends young people messages that emphasize personal success rather than concern for others and the common good.” 
Along with Harvard’s Making Caring Common Project, we believe it is critical to empower youth to positively impact their communities, and to teach them that their voice matters.

Winter is coming and so are some amazing projects.
In order to help students understand the power of generosity and the role that nonprofits like the Wood River Ability Program play in sustaining our small, but thriving community, Wow immerses students in all angles of the philanthropic experience: time, talent, and treasure.
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Winter is coming and so are some amazing projects. 
In order to help students understand the power of generosity and the role that nonprofits like the Wood River Ability Program play in sustaining our small, but thriving community, Wow immerses students in all angles of the philanthropic experience: time, talent, and treasure.

In today’s self-driven world it can be easy to lose touch with the world outside yourself.
We're here to change that.
Comment below and tell us what generosity means to you.
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In today’s self-driven world it can be easy to lose touch with the world outside yourself. 
Were here to change that. 
Comment below and tell us what generosity means to you.

The benefits of generosity and how to fully practice it. Read more here: bit.ly/2y9YyjX ... See MoreSee Less

The benefits of generosity and how to fully practice it. Read more here: http://bit.ly/2y9YyjX

School is officially in session and we have some amazing generosity projects in the works. Visit our website to see our complete teacher resource guide and to view resources to make your Wow project a success. ... See MoreSee Less

School is officially in session and we have some amazing generosity projects in the works. Visit our website to see our complete teacher resource guide and to view resources to make your Wow project a success.

Wow Students added a cover video. ... See MoreSee Less

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Recent Posts

  • Practicing Generosity at Home

    Practicing Generosity at Home

    We believe our work is important, that engaging students in generous endeavors through their classrooms can make a lasting impact on their perspective and motivation to be engaged in their …Read More »
  • What’s In a Name?

    What’s In a Name?

    After five years of fielding the question, What does Wow stand for? And hearing several variations of our name, we’ve decided to make a shift in what we call ourselves. …Read More »