Community Resource Fair at Stewart Hill Elementary/Middle School
During this event, Project Restore Foundation partnered with Playing with a Purpose LLC to provide clothing, sneakers, drug addiction and prevention information, as well as PPE supplies to members of the community.
American Education Week Event at Edmondson Westside High School
During this event, we gave presentations and information on drug prevention; focusing on alcohol and marijuana. Students in attendance were able to experience a Sobriety Test simulation with disorienting goggles. We also had a discussion regarding suicide prevention, providing resources and insight on the topic.
Life Skills Event
During this event, Project Restore Foundation partnered with JOY Baltimore to provide those in attendance with important Life Skill lessons. These lessons surrounded topics like conflict management, healthy relationships, banking and finance, and methods to adequately take care of one's mental health.
Operation: Drug Prevention at Wildwood Elementary/Middle School
During this event, we shared valuable information about drug and alcohol prevention methods with Wildwood Elementary/Middle students and their parents. We believe that exposing our youth to the long-term effects of drugs and alcohol, as well as methods of prevention is of utmost importance. During this event we also gave away PPE supplies to numerous families.
Prevention Event at Edmondson Westside High School and Digital Harbor High School
During this event, we offered the students of Edmondson Westside High School and Digital Harbor High School information on Mental Health Awareness, Suicide Prevention, and Drug and Alcohol Prevention.
Wellness Room at Edmondson Westside High School
Here, we created a wellness room at Edmondson Westside High School. The goal was to create a safe space where students could come to unwind, conversate, exercise, and recharge their social and emotional batteries so that they could continue to have a productive day.
Project Restore Sponsored Resource Fair
During this event, Project Restore Foundation partnered with various organizations, like The MTM Foundation, The Baltimore City Health Department, and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, to provide students with workforce, Life Skills, and college preparedness resources.