College Student Organizations
Students at colleges have an opportunity to start or be part of the Bake Back America mission of spreading kindness. The impact on each campus is to inspire fellow students to take time to give back. This national curriculum will be implemented at colleges across the country.
Bake Back America inspires individuals and communities to come together to perform acts of kindness. All student organizations on college campuses should abide by these standards of empowering, including and giving back in all of their activities. All student organizations must follow the curriculum and address each recipient group with the recommended programs. Bake Back America will support and approve activities and promotional items.
1.Shelter, foster care, Boys and Girls Club
snack bag making
2.First Generation Students
snack and toiletry
3.Hospitals, Ronald McDonald Houses
snack bag making
5.Student Organiztion Chooses a Recipient
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EXAMPLE BBA PROGRAMS
Ronald McDonald House
Boys and Girls Club
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Thank you Ryan, Julia and the Scaradale volunteers for helping organize two amazing professional closet for over 200 students in the WashU Trio program.
It was a huge success.
Thank you Bryan for starting BBA Binghamton and doing your first giveback with a local shelter.
Thank you club members for bringing pizza and playing Bingo.
Abby from Long Island, NY collecting professional clothes for first generation students
Thank you Chase for collecting umbrellas for Clemson University.