International Cooperation for Youthful Participation




The Dream Weaver Foundation of Grand Prairie has dedicated 2017 to juvenile volunteerism by helping young people to take action to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals for the 29th Annual Global Youth Service Day (GYSD) from April 21 through 23, partnering with cities and nonprofit organizations throughout North Texas.

This year, Dream Weaver Foundation is partnering with Earth Day Texas, State Fair of Texas, Volunteer Now, YMCA Grand Prairie and Young Women’s Preparatory Network for GYSD 2017.

Youth-led community projects are taking place in all 50 states and 100 countries to make their communities healthier, greener, smarter, fairer, cleaner and safer. Goals include climate action, life below water, sustainable cities and communities, responsible consumption and production, affordable and clean energy and good health and well-being.

For more information, visit gysd.org.

 

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