Obviously, we are big proponents of Generosity and Philanthropy Education. We believe that Service Learning can be deeply rooted to curriculum and a community of kindness in your classroom. It turns out, we are not the only ones. There are many fabulous resources out there on Generosity Education. We’ve begun to keep a list helpful website that you might enjoy perusing and might help you to deepen your understanding of the importance of service learning in your classroom. Check back here now and again, as we will be updating this list whenever we find great resources!

Generation On: Generation On envisions “a world where all young people have the opportunity to make a positive mark on the world.” Their mission is, “to provide programs and resources that support the development of caring, compassionate and capable kids and teens through service, empowering them to become changemakers in their communities and the world.” Their website is full of lesson plans, articles, examples of projects teens have done and other useful resources– it’s definitely one to check out.

Edutopia: This entire website has a wealth of teaching and learning resource, but their specific section on Service Learning could be helpful as you consider thought-provoking projects and how to integrate them into your curriculum.

Learning to Give: Learning to Give lessons and resources apply K-12. The mission is to provide quality, inspirational, and field tested tools to help K-12 teachers educate, equip, and empower their students to be giving and caring citizens. Go directly to their lessons through the link below: