Volunteers Needed! Tues. Feb. 16

Rachel's Challenge: Chain Reaction

Volunteer Facilitators Rachel's Challenge: Chain Reaction

Chain Reaction, a Rachel's Challenge event welcomes parents/guardians, teachers, administrators, sheriffs, business owners, grandparents, service organization members, community officials and other interested adults to participate in an experiential program which aims to start a chain reaction of kindness and compassion.

Rachel's Challenge shares an account of the tragic death of Rachel Scott at Columbine High School into a mission for change. "Rachel's Challenge is a philosophy of life expressed through strategic, relational programs designed to liberate the inner desire to treat others with respect...The program content is based on Rachel's life and writings. Shortly before her death, she wrote, 'I have this theory that if one person can go out of their way to show compassion, then it will start a chain reaction of the same. People will never know how far a little kindness can go."

Chain Reaction

Tuesday, Feb. 16th, 8am-3pm

Camden Middle School, Camden, NC, United States

Camden, NC

You can play an important role in helping youth make a positive difference in their community! Twenty or more volunteers are needed to assist with a peer leadership event. No training is necessary. Rachel's Challenge will meet with volunteer facilitators at least 30 minutes prior to the anticipated 8:30 start time and for fifteen minutes following the 2:45 end time. If a facilitator has a Camden County High School or CamTech High School student, the facilitator will be placed with another small group (approximately four-six students). Many students feel a sense of togetherness and empowerment at the conclusion of the program. Please dress comfortably for this energetic program and bring a packed lunch. Volunteers are requested to stay the entire day and refrain from non-emergency cell phone use.

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

Administrative Contact:

Vallerie S. Jacocks, Director of Data Management and At-Risk Programs