Oklahoma students join initiative to raise funds for global needs

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Some Oklahoma students have joined a national initiative to raise funds for the world’s greatest needs. Students from John Marshall School have joined a national initiative for the World Needs Challenge. The students raised nearly $140,000 to help a big issue facing our world: keeping the oceans clean and safe. a teacher. These students were one of five schools praised for their student art, raising awareness of a worldly message. went above and beyond the challenge for each shark,” she said. The students were among the 1,921 student teams that joined the initiative. It was the highest number of teams in the history of the initiative. In total, the students raised $2.5 million to support organizations, tackling the world’s greatest needs, and OKC was proud to be part of this movement. more people or things because of your service, it’s a good opportunity for students to engage,” she said.

Some Oklahoma students have joined a national initiative to raise funds for the world’s greatest needs.

Students at John Marshall School have joined a national initiative for the World Needs Challenge. The students raised nearly $140,000 to help a big issue facing our world: keeping the oceans clean and safe.

“There are land masses in the ocean. There is waste named like an island that animals live on, it’s terrible,” said Carrie Synder-Renfro, a teacher.

These students were one of five schools praised for their student art, raising awareness of a worldly message.

“They donated origami sharks to the zoo for World Oceans Day and then patrons, so it went beyond school, beyond activity, it went beyond challenging for every shark,” she said.

The students were among the 1,921 student teams that joined the initiative. It was the highest number of teams in the history of the initiative.

In total, the students raised $2.5 million to support organizations, serving the world’s greatest needs, and OKC was proud to be part of this movement.

“If you can benefit so many people or things through your service, it’s a good opportunity for students to get involved,” she said.

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