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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For Valentine’s Day give your loved ones the gift of generosity. Each card is good for a donation to a Blaine County nonprofit of their choice. Click the link below to get your Wow Gift Card today.

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For Valentine’s Day give your loved ones the gift of generosity. Each card is good for a donation to a Blaine County nonprofit of their choice. Click the link below to get your Wow Gift Card today.

https://wow-students.org/generosity-shop/

Knowledge is power, but so is kindness. 💡 ... See MoreSee Less

Knowledge is power, but so is kindness. 💡

All this warm weather has us wondering if spring is truly here! Inspired by the Community School 6th grader’s Pollinator Garden at Sawtooth Botanical Garden and wondering whether it’s time to start planting ourselves... 🧐 ... See MoreSee Less

All this warm weather has us wondering if spring is truly here! Inspired by the Community School 6th grader’s Pollinator Garden at Sawtooth Botanical Garden and wondering whether it’s time to start planting ourselves... 🧐

Trying to find that special something for the ones you love? Wow Gift Cards are the perfect way to spread the love and generosity this Valentine’s Day! Each card is good for a donation to a Blaine County nonprofit. Click the link in the bio for more info and to get yours today. 💕 ... See MoreSee Less

Trying to find that special something for the ones you love? Wow Gift Cards are the perfect way to spread the love and generosity this Valentine’s Day! Each card is good for a donation to a Blaine County nonprofit. Click the link in the bio for more info and to get yours today. 💕

Start your week off on a good note by doing something kind today. ... See MoreSee Less

Start your week off on a good note by doing something kind today.

A HUGE thank you is in order for the Sophomores at @woodriverhighschool who raised $3,750 dollars for the Senior Connnection by making holiday cards for its members in December! You guys have did such an incredible job!! ... See MoreSee Less

A HUGE thank you is in order for the Sophomores at @woodriverhighschool who raised $3,750 dollars for the Senior Connnection by making holiday cards for its members in December! You guys have did such an incredible job!!

Ms. Funk's 3rd graders donated $650 to The Senior Connection through their Wow project "Adopt a Senior." For the second year in a row, these students dedicated their time and talents to supporting home bound seniors who participate in the Senior Connection's Meals on Wheels program. ... See MoreSee Less

Ms. Funks 3rd graders donated $650 to The Senior Connection through their Wow project Adopt a Senior. For the second year in a row, these students dedicated their time and talents to supporting home bound seniors who participate in the Senior Connections Meals on Wheels program.

As parents, educators, and community members, we all want our children to thrive, to be kind and engaged citizens, who, perhaps most importantly, believe in themselves. There are many factors that contribute to an individual’s self worth, but a recent NPR article “Helping Strangers May Help Teen’s Self Esteem” highlights several connections between acts of generosity and teens’ self esteem.

Click the link below to read more.
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As parents, educators, and community members, we all want our children to thrive, to be kind and engaged citizens, who, perhaps most importantly, believe in themselves. There are many factors that contribute to an individual’s self worth, but a recent NPR article “Helping Strangers May Help Teen’s Self Esteem” highlights several connections between acts of generosity and teens’ self esteem. 

Click the link below to read more. 
http://bit.ly/2nqDGBh

Last week two @communityschool 9th grade advisories received their donation checks for their work on the Holiday Basket’s book drive. Thank you for l your hard work Community Schoolers! The book drive was a huge success. ... See MoreSee Less

Last week two @communityschool 9th grade advisories received their donation checks for their work on the Holiday Basket’s book drive. Thank you for l your hard work Community Schoolers! The book drive was a huge success.

Thanks so much for all your help!!!

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Ms. Schrader's leadership class was one of two classes who raised funds for the @animalshelterwrv through bake sales and other creative measures. Not only did they get this donation from Wow, but they also raised additional dollars, collectively donating close to $1,000 to the Animal Shelter. ... See MoreSee Less

Ms. Schraders leadership class was one of two classes who raised funds for the @animalshelterwrv through bake sales and other creative measures. Not only did they get this donation from Wow, but they also raised additional dollars, collectively donating close to $1,000 to the Animal Shelter.

Wow! 2018 is off to a great start. Last week, we connected Community School first graders and Muffy Davis of the St. Luke’s Wood River Foundation to kick off a “comfort bags” project for patients at the hospital. We are inspired by the students and teachers whose generosity enhances the lives of members our community! ... See MoreSee Less

Wow! 2018 is off to a great start. Last week, we connected Community School first graders and Muffy Davis of the St. Luke’s Wood River Foundation to kick off a “comfort bags” project for patients at the hospital. We are inspired by the students and teachers whose generosity enhances the lives of members our community!

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Give the gift of generosity! Recipients can make a donation to the Wood River Valley nonprofit of their choice. Visit our website to learn more: wow-students.org/generosity-shop/
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Give the gift of generosity! Recipients can make a donation to the Wood River Valley nonprofit of their choice. Visit our website to learn more: https://wow-students.org/generosity-shop/

Honoring a true hero, whose words and actions can serve us all as a guiding light today and every day. ... See MoreSee Less

Honoring a true hero, whose words and actions can serve us all as a guiding light today and every day.

#TBT to the Hemingway Buddy Bench project. Need a buddy on the playground? Sit on the bench! We can all take a page from this book. What can you do today that would make someone’s day better? Generosity: it’s contagious! ... See MoreSee Less

#TBT to the Hemingway Buddy Bench project. Need a buddy on the playground? Sit on the bench! We can all take a page from this book. What can you do today that would make someone’s day better? Generosity: it’s contagious!

Thank you Wow Students and Hemingway Steam School for partnering with The Advocates for Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assaultto teach kids about kindness, empathy and friendship.

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Wow StudentsThank you Heidi for being such an amazing advocate in our community!

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Thank you to all the students, teachers, nonprofits, donors, and volunteers who have made the last five years of providing "generosity experiences" possible! To learn more about Wow: The Generosity Project, please visit us at www.wow-students.org.
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Thank you to all the students, teachers, nonprofits, donors, and volunteers who have made the last five years of providing generosity experiences possible! To learn more about Wow: The Generosity Project, please visit us at www.wow-students.org.

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