Project Love® Remember the Children Foundation is a character-building education and training organization. Through workshops, community events, leadership training and media programs, Project Love-Purple America empowers teens and adults to create a culture of kindness, caring and respect by putting their values-in-action wherever they go.
On November 7th, 2013, Project Love hosted 2,000 Northeast Ohio teens at "Kickoff for Kindness" - a kindness pep rally designed to challege students to stand for what they believe in and take action to make a positive change in their schools and communities. At the event the students developed their "RULES OF THE GAME" to take back to their schools. Please take a moment to read through their rules and how they will bring more kindness, caring and respect to their schools.
RULES Of THE GAME - by 2013 "Kickoff for Kindness" student attendees
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Thank you to everyone who supported our Rescuer of Humanity Awards Dinner.
A BIG thanks to all our very deserving honorees and our generous event sponsors.
Project Love Celebrates "Good News Day" Recognizing Teens Nominated for "Searching for Teen Leaders"
On Sunday, March 10th, Project Love hosted our "Good News Day" event to celebrate the teens nominated through our "Searching for Teen Leaders" campaign presented by Walmart. We were proud to honor all the teens who were nominated and the Top 10 Teen Leaders who were chosen by our teen panel. Each of the Top 10 leaders was asked to write an essay describing their definition of leadership. After reading all 10 essays, a selection panel chose four of the teens to receive a $1,000 leadership award. Congratulations to Megan Bradley, Sayble Bradley, Travis Carver & Courtney Griffith. Please take the time to read their winning essays below - prepare to be inspired!
Cleveland Fox 8: Students Honored for Leadership
Event Photos: Available for Order from Pollack Studios
NEW! Check out our most recent Annual Report:
Results: View our latest "Believe to Achieve" statistics from our 2013 Graduating Class
For another year, Project Love's "Believe to Achieve" program has proven effective at Collinwood High School. The program was designed to give 9th grade girls the hope, life skills, support and resources they must have to envision a successful future for themselves and achieve their full potential. Now in Collinwood for five years, Project Love facilitator, Julie Wynne-Martin has taught, guided and mentored another group of girls who graduated June 2013.
For more about the program, see resources below:
Believe to Achieve Video #1: 2013 Believe to Achieve
Believe to Achieve Video #2: 2012 Program & Washington DC Trip
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