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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As family and friends begin to gather for the season of giving it’s important to practice compassion and acts of generosity. We live in such a special community here in the Wood River Valley and we can’t thank everyone enough for working with Wow and beyond to spread the impact of generosity. ... See MoreSee Less

As family and friends begin to gather for the season of giving it’s important to practice compassion and acts of generosity. We live in such a special community here in the Wood River Valley and we can’t thank everyone enough for working with Wow and beyond to spread the impact of generosity.

Some thoughtfulness to inspire you this Thursday. #wowthegenerosityproject ... See MoreSee Less

Some thoughtfulness to inspire you this Thursday. #wowthegenerosityproject

The Community School 2nd grade and teamed up with The Advocates for Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault for their special Wow Generosity Project by building a buddy bench. When anyone feels that they don’t have someone to play with or talk to on the playground, they can sit on the bench. Be sure to “keep an eye out for a buddy on the bench”. ... See MoreSee Less

St Luke’s Wood River Medical Center has a very special waiting area called Carter’s Corner where pediatric patients and young visitors can play and relax. The space is dedicated and designed for them but was in need of creative minds to think of ways to improve and refresh the space. From new toys to new colored pencils, the 3rd graders at the Community School did a fantastic job putting their generous heads together to come up with refreshing updates for the space. ... See MoreSee Less

St Luke’s Wood River Medical Center has a very special waiting area called Carter’s Corner where pediatric patients and young visitors can play and relax. The space is dedicated and designed for them but was in need of creative minds to think of ways to improve and refresh the space. From new toys to new colored pencils, the 3rd graders at the Community School did a fantastic job putting their generous heads together to come up with refreshing updates for the space.

With the holiday season fast approaching, we reflect on what generosity means to us and how we can spread the love to those most in need. How will you practice generosity this season? #wowthegenerosityproject #generosity ... See MoreSee Less

With the holiday season fast approaching, we reflect on what generosity means to us and how we can spread the love to those most in need. How will you practice generosity this season? #wowthegenerosityproject #generosity

Letting students take the lead on generosity projects is the end goal for Wow. As they see their service making a difference, they grow motivated to apply generosity to all aspects of their life. ... See MoreSee Less

Letting students take the lead on generosity projects is the end goal for Wow. As they see their service making a difference, they grow motivated to apply generosity to all aspects of their life.

Happy Halloween! Last year Wow partnered with Swiftsure Ranch Therapeutic Equestrian Center for a Blazin’ Pumpkin Festival to spread awareness about what is possible for riders who live with disabilities! Atkinsons' Market donated 300 pumpkins which were carved by local students for the event at Swiftsure Ranch. It was an awesome (and messy) opportunity to incorporate Halloween traditions with generosity ads service. ... See MoreSee Less

Happy Halloween! Last year Wow partnered with Swiftsure Ranch Therapeutic Equestrian Center for a Blazin’ Pumpkin Festival to spread awareness about what is possible for riders who live with disabilities! Atkinsons Market donated 300 pumpkins which were carved by local students for the event at Swiftsure Ranch. It was an awesome (and messy) opportunity to incorporate Halloween traditions with generosity ads service.

Atkinsons' MarketThank you!

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Swiftsure Ranch Therapeutic Equestrian CenterWe've said it before, and we'll say it again, thank you so much for everything you do for us!!!

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Wow Students shared Community School's post.

We are always thrilled to see the next generation of the Wood River Valley practicing generosity with local nonprofits.

If you and your classroom are interested in doing a generosity project with Wow visit our website below:
wow-students.org/selection_process/
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Last Friday our Middle School students traveled to 12 different non-profits in the Valley for roughly three hours of service. Middle School Community Service Coordinator and eighth grade team teacher ...

We are always thrilled to see the next generation of the Wood River Valley practicing generosity with local nonprofits. 

If you and your classroom are interested in doing a generosity project with Wow visit our website below:
https://wow-students.org/selection_process/

This weekend calls for warm weather, generosity and a furry friend. What better way to utilize the sunshine than heading to the Animal Shelter of the Wood River Valley and taking a dog out for a hike. ... See MoreSee Less

This weekend calls for warm weather, generosity and a furry friend. What better way to utilize the sunshine than heading to the Animal Shelter of the Wood River Valley and taking a dog out for a hike.

Wow: The Generosity Project Celebrates Five Years of Success
Wow: The Generosity Project is celebrating five years of encouraging and creating a more generous youth in the Wood River Valley. To honor this, we want to share our new video showing the impact Wow makes throughout the valley. Thank you Dark to Light and RP Creative for your production and direction.
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Dark to LightWe love all that Wow does for students here in the valley! Thanks for letting us be a part of it.

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Awesome artwork was created by students to showcase the the beautiful nature of @woodriverlandtrust’s local preserves. This Wow project helped showcase the great resources that we are all able to enjoy because of the Wood River Land Trust. ... See MoreSee Less

Awesome artwork was created by students to showcase the the beautiful nature of @woodriverlandtrust’s local preserves. This Wow project helped showcase the great resources that we are all able to enjoy because of the Wood River Land Trust.

Having an environment to both learn and practice generosity and grow as a giving person is critical. By encouraging this growth, our students will be able to take their understandings beyond Wow, applying generosity to their everyday lives. ... See MoreSee Less

Having an environment to both learn and practice generosity and grow as a giving person is critical. By encouraging this growth, our students will be able to take their understandings beyond Wow, applying generosity to their everyday lives.

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Be the reason someone smiles this weekend. #wowstudents

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