Write On Campaign: A Way for Kids to Serve and Learn

#GivingTuesday is a day when thousands of people join together to bring attention to the work and worth of nonprofits. This year, on December 1, EPIC Homeschool Network is partnering with Meals on Wheels Atlanta to host an #EPICGivingTuesday Write On Party.

This is a great way to get your homeschooler involved in community service while also practicing their writing and drawing skills.

Our goal is to write 460 letters for senior citizens on that day so Meals on Wheels can include them in the boxed meals that they provide to them. It’s a big goal but if we get all homeschoolers involved this goal can be reached.

Let us know if you will make a pledge to write on for senior citizens and join us live on Tuesday, December 1 from 2pm to 4pm ET. Go to www.epichsn.org/writeon to sign up today!

Materials You’ll Need:

  • A card, postcard, or piece of paper for the letter
  • 1 Blank Envelope
  • Pen
  • Markers

Things to Keep in Mind

When you write your note or letters filled with positive thoughts, poems, stories, or words of encouragement remember:

  • Keep it short and simple.
  • Do not seal the envelope.
  • Be mindful of the size of your handwriting. Bigger is better.

When you are finished, you may drop them off at the Children’s Department at the South Cobb Regional Library located at 805 Clay Road, Mableton, GA, OR mail them to EPIC Homeschool Network at P.O. Box 323, Austell, GA 30168.

Don’t forget to go to www.epichsn.org/writeon to let us know you are coming!

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