Serving Schools, Businesses & Communities
At Values-in-Action Foundation, we empower students and adults to build communities of kindness, caring and respect through programs that teach, promote, and provide skills and tools to enable individuals to make positive, values-based decisions every day.
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Happy, determined, understanding and, ultimately, successful young people lead to a better future for us all. Change a life today by supporting Project Love's school programming.
Values-in-Action is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible.
SERVING STUDENTS GRADES K-12
Over the past 24 years, our Project Love school programming has been changing the way that students and educators communicate with each other. Through student workshops and seminars, Project Love has trained over 108,000 teens and 3,000 educators in over 170 schools to lead with kindness, caring and respect.
VIA Workforce and E.A.S.Y. Training focuses on teaching students and employees how to apply character and values to the workplace. The program provides students with the opportunity to focus and utilize their values-based leadership skills into their future workplace roles.
Our Purple America programming encourages teens and adults to have civil conversation that has a positive outcome in situations where the two sides would otherwise interface using hostility, ridicule and intimidation. Purple America offers tools for communities, college campuses, high schools and businesses to initiate civil conversation and host civility events.
NEWS & GOOD THINGS
January 12, 2018: We the People; WKYC Channel 3 - View Segment
Values-in-Action CEO Stuart Muszynski and John Adams Principal Dr. Terrance Menefee discuss programming at John Adams High School
Be Kind® STICK TOGETHER® is a free, character education program offered to schools and organizations by Project Love and Duck Tape® in an effort to provide a fun and different way for school-age students to explore the important social-emotional learning concepts of kindness and sticking together to combat bullying and negative behaviors. This program can be presented by your own counselors, club leaders, teachers, principals or high school-age students.
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