Help From School
Microvolunteering actions can contribute to your personal development skills, as well as expand your CV skill set. Click on the buttons below for more info.
School Project Suggestion
Looking for ideas to create a ‘do good’ community school project or after-school club? Click the image opposite to view our free guide, that provides inspiration and ideas for setting up a project around microvolunteering actions.
Educate your students to change the world and become responsible active citizens by engaging them in microvolunteering activities during a class lesson, without them actually leaving the classroom – all via the above FREE downloadable Teacher’s Education Guide.
The Teacher’s Education Guide includes:
“This is a great opener for my students’ community service project. I know it will spark a real conversation about the needs in our community and how we each can make a difference.”
Dianne M – Teachers Pay Teachers
Useful for student volunteering schemes where individuals can choose their own activity, and record their impact in feedback reports.
These actions can be used via a shared login enabling students to work on the same task, either remotely or together in the same place!
Various methods can be used to record the activity / impact derived from a microvolunteering task. We expand on a few of them.
Aaargh! Revising + doing good = Impossible! With microvolunteering, it isn’t! Our infographic is excellent for students and teachers alike who want to encourage do-goodness, even during exam time!
For Students: see what you can do in a spare 10 minutes inbetween revising!
For Teachers: hand it out to students to show them what good they can do, even whilst revising!
Use our freely downloadable A4 size poster to encourage a bit of bite-sized benevolence before, during, between or after lessons at the educational establishment you work or study in!
For Students: encourage your colleagues to do-good in less than 30 minutes!
For Teachers: pin it to a notice board or use it in class time as a focus topic, perhaps as part of a citizenship course!
We’ve been asked to provide several programmes of microvolunteering activities that students of various schools can participate in, via our free Actions 4 Causes service. Contact Us if you would like to avail yourself of our service.
Help From School is a subsidiary project of the Help From Home initiative. It’s sole aim is to encourage and inspire pupils to volunteer their time for the benefit of others and thus instil a sense of altruism from an early age.