Helping Hands – Jamaica Project

We were blessed to be able to send 26 kids bikes to Jamaica – part of the Helping Hands project. As Tom and Pat Roovers planned their next trip to south-central Jamaica, they reached out to us to provide bikes to kids as an incentive to do well in school or do work in their community. We wish Tom and Pat and all the Helping Hands volunteers a safe journey! ————- For the past 15 years, Helping Hands has had a tremendous impact in the Jamaican and Kenya communities: Sending over 1,504 ton of materials and supplies valued at over 18 million dollars 6,163...

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Project SecondLife Website Launched!

We’ve officially launched Project SecondLife’s website! After a year of working with community leaders in the environmental industry, kids and youth from surrounding areas, teachers in the multiple school districts, and parents of all walks of life… we’ve gathered the processes, tools, checklists, and network connections to enable the youth of all communities to run any reuse drive they want. Project SecondLife – A Better Society from A Better Society As our grant cycle for Rethink Recycling comes to an end, our journey for Project SecondLife is just beginning....

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You’re invited! Open House on Jan 29th

Come join us as we kick off the new year with our new Chanhassen office grand opening. Come network with community and business leaders to: Learn how A Better Society can jumpstart community projects Brainstorm new ideas that will have a significant impact in our community Create a network that will enable a diverse volunteer base to accomplish BIG goals Tour our new office and warehouse space that will be the launch point for new projects Please RVSP to Heather Tran at heather @ abettersociety.org or (612) 325-4435. WHEN Sunday, January 29th 1-3 pm WHERE 1453 Park Rd., Chanhassen, MN 55317...

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New website format!

Welcome to A Better Society’s new website format! We will be refreshing the content to give you more updates in 2011. Please help us by leaving comments and questions.

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