How it Works
1. Register, set, go!
Registration for the Extraordinary Earth Project is now open! Learn about how we can protect the extraordinary Earth through tackling global environmental issues like climate change. We provide the lessons, content guides and other website resources.
2. Create your art!
Create art out of recycled materials that helps deepen connections with the following environmental themes: Repurposing Waste, Deforestation, Clean Air and Ecosystems.
Make a change
For each artwork you submit, the Bezos Family Foundation will make a $5 donation to organizations tackling environmental issues responding to the climate crisis across the world.
Why the Welcoming Refugees Project?
Students Rebuild teamed up with humanitarian aid organizations around the globe to inspire change through the Welcoming Refugees Project. Together, we’re teaching students about refugee crises, how to make our communities more welcoming and open, and how small actions can make a big difference.
Students focus on what matters most to them.
Students learned about the global refugee crisis and were inspired to help. Next, they created art to amplify the cause by making a postcard or other piece of art to illustrate why it’s important and to raise awareness for the issue. For every artwork we received on or before June 20, 2023, a donation of $5 went to programs helping refugees around the world.
How the money will helped.
The funding students generated supported five organizations that are providing humanitarian aid and other resources to refugees around the world. See a snapshot of the projects below and find a full description of the organizations and projects on our partner page.