Starting School with Just One!

Just One Africa "I am One" clubs in Forsyth and Fulton counties

The school year has started and our ‘I am One’ Clubs are in full swing!

With cool weather knocking on the door and school buses buzzing around town, it’s starting to feel like Fall. We love this time of year as we get to be back in local classrooms sharing and serving with students of all ages. We are always excited to share WHY we do what we do and then give students an opportunity to be the change.

So often we encourage our young people to get out there and make a difference but we fail to give them tangible things to be involved in. The ‘I am One’ Clubs are simple, fun, and yes you guessed it, world changing. Our goal is to inspire others to be the change and it is our desire that the students who serve with us will believe that they are created to be change makers whose lives have meaning, value, and significance.

The ‘I am One’ Clubs are school clubs organized and run by students in many of our local public and private schools. Students come before or after school to participate in our clubs and help to clean, sort, string, and assemble the bracelets we sell to raise money for our Clean Water Program. Just One purchases the beads from Maasai women in Kenya in necklace form and they are brought back to the states to be reassembled into the beautiful bracelets you can purchase.

We are incredibly grateful for all the support we have received from local schools. We are so very proud of all the students who have chosen to say YES to being a part of the change and who desire to make a difference in the world!

A BIG thank you once again for your continued support and involvement.  As you start to think of gifts for the holidays we would love it if you shared with others about this great option for shopping for good! You can purchase these world changing bracelets today right here. Feel free to reach out and email us if you have any questions or thoughts you’d like to share.

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