GOOD Maker Challenge Winners: 5 Nonprofits that Are Changing Young Lives GOOD Maker Challenge Winners: 5 Nonprofits that Are Changing Young Lives
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GOOD Maker Challenge Winners: 5 Nonprofits that Are Changing Young Lives

by GOOD Partner

March 22, 2013

This content is produced by GOOD with the support of Microsoft

With more than 160 college chapters across the U.S., Break Away offers alternative breaks to students, immersing them in service programs across the world. Students spend anywhere from a weekend to multiple weeks making impact in communities. Break Away hopes to raise funds to support alternative break students who want to do service with a school or education program.Participants work to improve the organization’s capacity or spend time with younger students. Learn more about Break Away and their students here.



Rock Paper Scissors Children’s Fund has two projects underway to help the youth of Cam Duc, Vietnam. The Fund works to offer art and music classes to poor children living in the area, including those at a local orphanage. The Fund’s goal is to provide the school’s music teacher, Tuan, with professional instruction as well as continue to provide art supplies and paper for their Dream of Art School and other community schools. Read more here on how the Fund plans to help youth living in poverty through art and creativity.

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You can donate to any of the causes above, as well as others from the Give for Youth GOOD Maker challenge on Give for Youth.

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GOOD Maker Challenge Winners: 5 Nonprofits that Are Changing Young Lives