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This week, Assets In Action focuses on asset number 27, equality and social justice. This means that a young person places high value on promoting equality and reducing hunger and poverty.
This couldn’t come at a better time because the month of March usually finds Assets In Action working with the local schools and a March on Hunger.
This year, Los Alamos Middle School, along with Aspen, Chamisa and Mountain Elementary schools, are working to benefit a local food program and to support a LAMS student project to benefit the Los Alamos Animal Shelter.
Earlier this year, the students worked to spread the word in an effort to increase the sale of Friends Of the Shelter calendars, and now works to aid in the collection of collars and leashes to benefit the organization, too. Community members are asked to Pause for Paws and March on Hunger alongside youth to benefit children and pets throughout the community and region.
Piñon and Barranca elementary schools are already hard at work collecting similar items to benefit additional organizations. The truth is, it doesn’t matter who the good deeds benefit, as long as we teach children how they can help their fellow man and beast.
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