Captain Planet Foundation, Inc.
Rating: 4.8 stars 5 5 reviews
133 Luckie Street Atlanta GA 30303 USA
Captain planet foundation funds, supports and serves as a catalyst in the development of hands-on environmental projects for children and youth. The objective is to encourage innovative programs that empower children and youth around the world to work individually and collectively to solve environmental problems in their neighborhoods and communities. The focus is to educate and inspire children to become great stewards of the planet and live eco-friendly lives. Through environmental education, we believe that children can achieve a better understanding and appreciation for the world in which they live.
Grants are awarded to public schools and nonprofit organizations that serve youth in grades k-12 for hands-on environmental education projects. Grants are given based on the positive environmental impact that should result from the proposed project, the ability for the project to be sustainable over time and the project's effectiveness in using an investigative approach and student direct learning. Through the grants awarded, students have the opportunity to repair damage to ecosystems in their communities and in many cases prevent further deterioration. The students become more connected with their school and community surroundings while gaining the skills needed to apply what they learned in the classroom to situations in their everyday lives that require critical thinking and interpersonal skills.
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5 people found this review helpful
The CPF is only fdn that gives small grants for hands on projects to kids to teach them environmental stewardship!.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
really terrific and hardworking.
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