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Part of being an advocate for youth wellness and connecting with the community we serve, by providing resources, hosting social gatherings, and sharing our learning resources. Here a few of the events we hold throughout the year.

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Back to School Supplies Drive

Each year in August, Fly By Nature Foundation partners with several Organizations, Local Businesses, Schools and dedicated individuals to collect School supplies for students in the District of Columbia. We also attend community events to distribute supplies for families in need. 

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"You Have a Voice" Campaign

Our "You Have A Voice" Campaign was created for youth that has experienced bullying. Oftentimes, bullying falls on deaf ears. Sometimes it's simply because the adults are not trauma-informed, do not understand its importance, are not comfortable with handling these situations, or don't believe them. Our goal is to amplify their voices, give encouragement to ask for help, opportunity to educate people on the effects bullying has on youth, and give testimonies of those who have experienced bullying but were able to overcome it. We call on our celebrities, influencers, pro athletes, and corporations to join us during our campaign throughout bullying prevention month. More details will be coming a few months prior to our campaign kickoff. We're planning to kick off the "You Have A Voice" Campaign in September 2022.

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10 Pages-A-Day Campaign

Students in the greater D.C. area have lost nearly a full academic year of reading skills due to COVID-19. According to a study from the Center for Research on Education Outcomes at Stanford University, student’s literacy loss was between 57 to 183 days. Students in D.C. area schools ranked at the top for the most amount of reading skills lost. Through this campaign, Fly By Nature Foundation cultivates mindfulness activities to improve literacy and mental health. If you would like to know when we kick off the next campaign, make sure you subscribe to our mailing list.

Here are 7 benefits for kids reading books:

  • Reading exercises our brain

  • Reading improves concentration

  • Reading teaches children about the world around them

  • Reading improves vocabulary and language skills

  • Reading develops a child's imagination

  • Cultivating lifelong love of reading

  • Preparation for academic success