How is Your Project Outreach Team Making a Difference?

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How is Your Project Outreach Team Making a Difference?

March 02, 2016

Written by Tina Shaffer

In just six years, hundreds of thousands of Destination Imagination students have worked to make a difference in their local communities as well as around the globe.

From raising money for local animal shelters to providing clean water to Flint, Michigan residents to raising awareness of social issues including bullying, teen violence and homelessness, DI participants work extremely hard to not only change lives within their communities but to make the world a better place in which to live. 

Destination Imagination would like to highlight your amazing achievements and efforts, but we need your help! We want to hear about your Project Outreach team’s journey this season. Email us at [email protected] and your team could be featured right here on our blog. 

                In 2015, a Texas DI team worked together to change dating violence legislation. 

About the Destination Imagination Service Learning Challenge: Project Outreach empowers youth to make a positive impact on their communities. Students (kindergarten through university) form a team, select a community need and then work together to address that need. Not only do students have fun and learn through DI Project Outreach, they get to make a difference in the world and inspire others to do the same.


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