20 Jun 2019

Daring to Dream

“Go confidently in the direction of your dreams.  Live the life you have imagined.” – Henry David Thoreau I have the privilege to bring vulnerable children, refugees, at-risk youth, and […]

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19 May 2019

Spring Newsletter

Thanks to an unexpected series of fortunate events, including donations from organizations that were closing down and seeking like-minded charities to give their remaining donations to, Something Good in the World was able this year to open up a Blue Sky Fund. The SGITW Board of Directors had the special opportunity, for the first time, to have a meeting to envision what we could do with contributions that were for “Blue Sky” projects; programs that we had always wished we could get off the ground if we had the support, envisioning a future of expanding Something Good further into the world.

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14 May 2019

Benefit Potluck Picnic

When: 3-6 PM Where: Kitchawan Farm, 716 Kitchawan Road, Ossining Come celebrate 21 years of Something Good in the World! Join us for a potluck picnic as well as live […]

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27 Mar 2019

Walking on Water

In the continuing effort to write about the refugees from Central America, to keep telling the stories of the unaccompanied minors who come to our Earth School-to-Farm programs, I am […]

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04 Mar 2019

“Tell Me How It Ends”

“Telling stories doesn’t solve anything, doesn’t reassemble broken lives. But perhaps it is a way of understanding the unthinkable. If a story haunts us, we keep telling it to ourselves, […]

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17 Dec 2018

Autumn E-News

One of the most heartening aspects about Something Good in the World having been in operation as a nonprofit for 16 years now, is that our original students are all growing up! Starting in 1998, Earth School programs began teaching children and families how to live sustainably and in harmony with the land, and how to connect with nature in meaningful and experiential ways that integrate with academic learning.
Since 2006, SGITW’s Earth School has been a farm-based education program for all ages, reaching further into the area to offer free workshops and courses for impoverished and underserved communities.

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