2016 Silver Award Projects in Progress

09905pOur troop has three Cadette’s currently working on their Silver Awards – the highest award that a Cadette can earn.  The project itself is meant to “make the world a better place”.  Cadette’s need to also plan for sustainability in their projects.  They also have to measure the project impact on their community – knowing their goals, target audience, and developing success indicators.  Projects of this nature require different lengths of time from start to finish, however it is suggested that each Silver Award project include a minimum of 50 hours to complete.  Keep in mind that quality is more important that quantity.

To learn more about the girls projects, you may visit their website/blogs to find out more information.  You may also follow along with their projects by electing to follow their blogs via email by clicking on the option on their sites.

Food DriveAlexis is working on her project by herself.  She’s named her project “The Hunger Helper by Alexis”.  She will be organizing a Community Food Drive to benefit the Hawaii Foodbank.  CLICK HERE to view her blog.  Yes, this project is sustainable as she looks forward to doing the same every year especially being that she has helped with food drives as such from when she was a young child.

imagesAleah and Jayda are working on their project together.  They’ve named the project “Aleah and Jayda Take Action”.  They will be feeding the homeless at Kauai Economic Opportunity’s Homeless Emergency Shelter named Mana’olana.  CLICK HERE to view their blog.  You may also CLICK HERE to make a donation via their GoFundMe site.  Yes, this project is sustainable as they look forward to doing it annually, in addition to hoping to inspire other individuals and organizations to do the same.

If you or someone you know would like to support these girls by making a donation, feel free to contact us and we will help you make that connection!  Thank You!