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2018 WE DAY IMPACT STORIES
Wheatley Elementary School
California Love was brought to life with the help of a recording studio and some students with a dream.
Robert Frost Sixth Grade Academy
These scholars discovered that in creating a special gift for someone they didn't know - they actually received the gift of friendship.
These middle school students understand how important it is to hear something good about themselves. They shared this feeling with others in need by way of custom Bingo kits.
Oldham County Middle School
These middle school entrepreneurs decided to turn their business interests into an action plan for social entrepreneurs by creating, marketing and selling custom made t-shirts that benefit Nicaragua.
2017 WE DAY IMPACT STORIES
Having Fun & raising money for Haiti
What can you do with burger flipping skills and a hip-hop snack cart? If you are St. Francis Schools, you raise over $10,000 to build a brand new school in Haiti.
Showing some love for Veterans
Sacred Heart Model School turned hand-made creativity into beautiful expressions of gratitude, making Valentines Day special for patients in Louisville’s VA Hospital.
Hygiene Help for the Homeless
The fifth-grade class of Kenwood Elementary used posters and boundless energy to collect personal hygiene products for less-fortunate children and their families.
Mission: helping kids in GUATEMALA
The WE ACT CLUB of Grayson County deliver school supplies for children half a world away. In the process, they learn about leadership in their own back yard.
Watch highlights from We Day Kentucky 2017
2016 WE DAY IMPACT STORIES
COOKING UP GOODS for GOOD
See how some creative fifth graders from Lexington’s Providence Montessori paired Cake Pops with Compassion to raise money and awareness to help other students in Sierra Leone.
OPERATION SMILE: KENTUCKY STYLE
With support from a mentor, over 200 classmates and three bags of donuts, a local high school student steps out of her comfort zone and launches Kentucky’s chapter of Operation Smile.
CARDS & ART FROM THE HEART
Students from Louisville Collegiate School donate creative talent and gain some perspective about others along the way, as they welcome refugee families to a new hometown.
SUPPORTING LGBT YOUTH
One Louisville young person’s leadership, ideas, energy and hard work help local area LGBT teens feel safe, accepted and part of a welcoming (and fun) organization.