Projects in the Domain of Children
Vincent House WorldLegacy’s NC177 Leadership Team’s vision is a united world filled with full self-expression. Our vision is a world where everyone takes care of each other, stands for each other and spreads love and respect, joy, happiness, freedom and passion. We...
Little Berries DaycareNC175 Leadership team’s vision is a connected world where everyone is free and live in peace. We envision our world where people respect each other, are authentic and have full self-expression. Our children get to grow up with an abundance of...
Ronald McDonald House New York WorldLegacy's NC174 Leadership Team funded a family guest room for an entire year by raising $13,060 in less than a week. The money pays for multiple families to stay for free at the Ronald McDonald House New York City. This money...
Ronald McDonald House. WorldLegacy’s NC173 Leadership Team is inviting you to be part of something big. NC173 raised over $12,000 to help sick children be with their parents when they are being treated.
St. Helena Catholic School WorldLegacy's NC166 Leaders built a playground for St. Helena Catholic School in Minneapolis, Minnesota the weekend of Nov. 3-5, 2017. This project was accomplished in spite of freezing temperatures, snow and rain. In order to install the...
Bolder Options WorldLegacy NC165 created an extreme makeover of Bolder Options Youth Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The remodeled Youth Center creates a space for the children to be joyful, free, and create possibilities. It was a space where children can now...
The NC160 Leadership project was an extreme makeover for SWAG Family Resource Center in Gainesville, Florida. Two sisters from the West Indies started the SWAG Family Resource Center. The sisters were immigrants themselves and wanted to give back to the community in their retirement. The center has served over 15,000 patients in 2015 alone.
Domestic Violence Center, Wilmington, NC. This NC57 Leadership project completely refurbished a children’s playroom including furnishings, art, and equipment. June 2003.
Spence Dickinson started his farm out of concern that family-run farms — and with them places for children to feel needed, work hard and learn about nature — were dying. “We have a world and a country that doesn’t really value children’s time as a contribution to the needs of the community,” said Dickinson, owner of Spence’s Farm. On Saturday, Dickinson and a group of volunteers did their best to offset those concerns.
WorldLegacy’s NC154 Leadership Team raised, in one week, $13,500 for the Children of St. Judes Research Hospital. St. Jude’s Research Hospital for Children believes that “no child should die in the dawn of life.”
WorldLegacy NC 109 Leadership team decided to make a difference for children at Shaw University in Raleigh, NC. The team spent three months learning stretching and standing for excellence, love and possibility. The icing on the cake was the project at Shaw University which was indeed an extreme makeover.
A community is coming together to improve a neighborhood. Bringing everyone together is the goal of designing and building a playground in the span of just one weekend. Volunteers have braved the Kansas heat to convert a vacant lot in Oaklawn into a park. It’s a project enjoying plenty of community support.
Children at the LifeSpan Circle School in Burlington will be welcomed to a brand new playground Monday. Built in two days by more than 100 volunteers from all over North Carolina and the US. Among the new treasures are a gazebo, a handicapped-accessible swing set, brand new pre-school level playground and several new sand boxes. Volunteers also mulched, raked, and cleaned the schoolyard.
The Governor Morehead School for the Blind project created a sensory garden for visually impaired and blind pre-school children that contains landscaping to create four sensory quadrants: smell, sound, taste and touch. Installations included a garden bench, a mosaic, wind chimes, birdhouses,
Love for others and faith in God are two major motivators for a group of volunteers pouring hours of their time into renovating rooms at the Durham Rescue Mission.
The faith-based mission, which provides lodging for people facing hard times, will look far better beginning Monday after 17 of the rooms have been transformed.
Andrew MacRae of Washington, D.C., a project leader with the WorldLegacy, a personal excellence and leadership training program based in the Triangle area,
OXFORD – With Christmas just around the corner, Santa and his elves arrived early for the Central Children’s Home in Oxford. The WorldLegacy of Chapel Hill gave the home a new playground and some much-needed landscaping.Starting in mid-September, the
On Thursday, volunteers from across the country teamed up to help renovate the Children’s Recovery Center (CRC) in Myrtle Beach. The non-profit organization offers services such as counseling and legal help for child sexual assault victims. Organizers said the current facility was in dire need of repairs. Staff hope the renovations provide a more inviting atmosphere for victims who may be reluctant to come forward.
NC64 performed an extreme makeover that included painting the inside of the school, removing outdated playground equipment, power washing the outside of the building and installing a new sign.
The Camp New Hope WorldLegacy Leadership project refurbished and added new playground equipment, and landscaped the playground in the environment. The Tammy Lynn Center for Developmental Disabilities project designed and built a walkway and sensory garden for the children.
Remember playing outside until your mother called you in for dinner? Today’s children probably won’t. In the last two decades, childhood has moved indoors.