Two schools and a visit to a native animal rehabilitation centre! Well we expected to be volunteering at the One Thousand Actions for the Planet workshops but we didn’t expect the visit to the native animal centre. We spent a cool day with Cat, CEO of MK, learning about the One Thousand Actions for the Planet workshops at Rossmoyne Primary School and John Tonkin College. Kids had a lot to say about their world and how they could help make change. The aim of the program is to get kids thinking about local, regional and global issues and then make a plan to create a change making program. These projects will be registered on the new MK website and link to the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

In between school visits we had a picnic by Bibra Lake, waste free of course, and we dropped by the native animal rehabilitation centre because kids care about our wildlife. It was so cool meeting the dingoes and seeing how MK works.

If you want to volunteer with Millennium Kids email info@millenniumkids.com.au – there is always something interesting going on.

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