Middle school students get $100 and are asked to better their community and serve others. Global Doing Good is helping, and hopes you will too.
Why should you help us support the Two Roads Project?
Middle school students who are selected for the Two Roads Project serve others and develop insight into their world, their community, and most importantly into themselves. This project is about community growth in a positive, student-led way. Honesty, thoughtfulness, and responsibility are the rewards reaped by the participants. The youth that take part are volunteers, and are asked to take on a project that could change their lives. Each volunteer is given $100 and asked to better their community…or beyond.
Consider these project results from the 2013-2014 Academic Year:
eighth grade participants
from the projects
additionally raised by students + the $2,000 given to them
for participants and recipients
Through Global Doing Good, we provide the seed money for Two Roads Project participants. You can help too! Many more students and teachers in a number of schools have already asked for the initial $100 start-up funds for 2014-2015. It is expected sixty or more students may be involved this year. Giving levels are listed below.
- Clear The Path: $100 will provide one student with the maximum amount of seed money for a project
- Build The Road: $50 will provide half the seed money for a project
- Light The Way: $25 will provide one quarter of the seed money for a project
- Other: Any amount you give will help students choose the road less taken, the road of service and helping others