As a reward for their National Service Award, their work locally and their international project Keystone Club members were treated to a trip to Whitewater. The local project raises awareness of the plight of the homeless and provide direct aid. The international project, in collaboration with John Brown University, helps Guatemalen families install stoves to reducing house pollution – reducing injuries and illness from smoke. Because the stoves burn more efficiently, the families don’t need wood as frequently allowing them to work more to support their families and children to attend school.
of our club members report finding valuable adult connections at the club.