Life Skills Classes:
From elementary computer coding to basic skills cooking – there are fundamental, every day skills must be revisited and reinforced. Whether it is understanding how your computer works or how to feel a hungry family of four for under $20 there are many skills that we can share. Creative problem solving are skills that must be developed.
Habitat for Humanity of Burlington County Partnership Program:
As part of an on-going relationship with Habitat for Humanity, live civilly provides Habitat Partner Days for youth and families. Habitat for Humanity is an international organization whose Mission states: “Putting faith into action, Habitat for Humanity Burlington County partners with families in need and volunteers to transform lives through decent and affordable home ownership.” In an effort to further build upon the collaborative efforts of live civilly and Habitat for Humanity, live civilly offers youth and families “Home Garden Builds.” Habitat for Humanity families and live civilly volunteers work side by side to help Habitat for Humanity families further improve their new homes by building vegetable gardens. Our first Habitat Home Garden Builds will be in June 2014.
Are you an employer who would like to offer a student the opportunity to learn some real world skills?
Are you part of an organization that offers youths academic, athletic or life skills?
Do you have a skill, a hobby or an interest that teaches a life skill?
Cooking? Wood working?
Knitting or sewing?
Would you like to become involved in our life-skills projects and programs?
If you answer yes to any of these click here.