Grade 4 Takes Action!

Grade 4 earned a profit of 10,990 baht during their recent Magical Market Day! As a class, we brainstormed different types of action we could take with the profit earned using 5 different types of action (social entrepreneurship, lifestyle choices, participation, social justice, and advocacy) to help guide our thinking. Students voted to take action using social entrepreneurship, focusing on social change, by donating the money to a local charity. Adopt Meow is a wonderful local organisation that rescues and cares for kittens and cats in the area, provides needed medical care, and helps to find forever homes for cats! 

On Tuesday, March 7th, Grade 4 went to Adopt Meow to hand deliver the money to the founder and lead, Aj. Liz, and meet some of the cats that they look after. This trip provided students with a better understanding of the action they are taking and exactly how the money they earned will help support the charity they have chosen. Aj. Liz explained to us that the money will go towards food, vaccinations, flea medication, and even a special project to benefit the cats which she will update us about at a later time!

Take a look at the Adopt Meow website to learn more or to adopt a new furry friend:

Megan Gless
Grade 4 Teacher

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