Outreach Descriptions

" Service learning works.  It engages teachers, parents, volunteers, and most of all our youth into areas where learning becomes real and it fosters youth developing greater compassion for those less fortunate." -  Vicki Barber, Ed.D, former Superintendent, Retired El Dorado County Office of Education

Outreaches are the platform from which youth in Hands4Hope learn about and engage with their community. Both youth and community centered, H4H gives youth, kindergarten through 12th grade, rich learning experiences that help them develop leadership skills while providing exposure to populations they may not encounter during their day-to-day life.

Participants in Hands4Hope outreach events engage in activities that address human and community needs together, learning first hand about social issues and the power they have to make a positive difference. Through these experiences, H4H youth find their passion and their voice, often recruiting fellow students and friends to join in their efforts. Once they understand the power they have and the impact they can make on another’s life, they want to do more and it shows in the numbers that follow.

WE HAVE MULTIPLE OUTREACH OPPORTUNITIES!  Many of the events our youth work are designed based on community needs, therefore new events are being created based on our youth participants' exploration and desire to take action.  Below, you will find a descriptions of events that are most commonly on our outreach calendar.

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