There are many ways to help the Mighty Meredith Project beyond a cash donation. Members of our own community have helped in ways beyond clicking the "Donate" button. Here are some ways you can help:
Host a lemonade stand in honor of the Might Meredith Project
Host your birthday party in honor of the Mighty Meredith Project
Run your own fundraising campaign
Host a bake sale
Provide baked goods for our annual "Confections for a Cause" fundraiser
Run a Can and Bottle Drive
Run a community-based Penny (or coin) Drive
Donate "wish list items" to our annual #fillthebox campaign
Achieve your volunteer and community service hours for high school, confirmation and/or National Honor Society in using a skill set needed by the MMP.
These are just few ideas of what our community has already done on behalf of the Mighty Meredith Project. Use your creativity and come up with more ideas to help the Mighty Meredith Project meet its mission.
For more information on how you can help, please contact us at anytime.
Upon learning of Catherine's Black Belt Project to support the Mighty Meredith Project, within six hours Garrett was at our doorstep with a generous donation of his own birthday money he received that day to go to Meredith's start up initiatives. Thank you Garrett!
Georgia and Lindsey
A huge thank you to Lindsey and Georgia for their selfless acts of generosity having their birthday party and forgoing gifts. Instead, they asked for gift card donations to be donated to the the Mighty Meredith Project. These will be put towards "random acts of kindness".
A black belt candidate serving her community immediately paid in forward with her generous donation to the Mighty Meredith Project as Donor number 1. Thank you Gabby.
Ava, Catherine, and Julia
Black belt candidates serving their good citizen and community service requirements raising money in hosting both can and coin drives. Their efforts yielded a large cash donation to the Mighty Meredith Project. Community member Geri Farrelly, of Farrelly Realty Group acted as "home base" for penny and coin donations.
Declan and Lily
A brother and sister team, both earning their first degree black belts, dedicated a significant amount of their needed community service hours collecting cans and bottles and baking for the annual "Confections for a Cause".