Community  Service Blue Angel Patch Program 2021-2022

Community Service Blue Angel Patch Program 2021-2022

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The patch image and program changes annually.
SILVER AWARD PROJECT continued through Service Unit

Metallic threads of silver and gold [3 inch square]
Complete 3 Requirements to earn this patch
Each symbol represents a community service project or create a project of your own.


Note: The patch program is a guideline for the symbols that are presented on the patch. You can substitute other projects that represent these symbols. Each project does not need to be completed in specific order. The months noted are only suggested months to complete the projects.

You can also have a community event and complete 3 projects in a day. Invite others to assist at your event. Example: Wear mismatch socks, bring a food donation, fill a stocking or shoebox, donate items, and make cards at your event.

 Sock-Wear mis-match socks to school or show your team spirit when you are playing sports or in gym.  Join in the Million Misfit Sock March and celebrate what makes you different and take a stand against bullying-wear MISFIT SOCKS.  Misfit Sock Day 

Collect socks for the homeless or any organization.
Fill up a sock or stocking  with goodies and give it to someone in need of a smile. 

Older participants can host events or assist younger children in a sock project.

Bag of Food- Donate food in your community for anytime at the local food bank, at the local grocery store or faith organizations. Let the local food bank know you would like to adopt a family.
Purchase all the non-perishable items needed to create their own dinner.

Other ideas are creating or donating baked goods for the needy. They accept cookies at assisted living homes, homeless shelters, after school programs, or you can create a basket and give them to someone to help cheer them up.

Gift-Create shoeboxes for children or soldier.   Shoeboxes can be dropped off at the local faith organizations or other locations that are accepting donations. Donate gifts around the holidays or make small gifts for mail carrier, teacher or scout leader.

 Other Options: Write a letter to Santa fulfills wishes to children that are ill. Donate to a toy drive or family for the holidays. Provide pajamas for children in need. Choose a child from an angel tree or local organization that has a list of items for children, elderly, or soldiers. Create holiday cards.  Bring joy to senior home by dropping off small gifts you collected or created.

Mittens and hat- Donate OR shop for warm hats, mittens and scarves. Older participants can crochet or knit a scarf. You can also make scarves from strips of fleece 6 inches wide with cut fringes at the bottom.

Card with heart--Create valentines for veterans, elderly, or assist children in a Valentine craft. Every year young children create special Valentines to brighten the lives of our nation's Veterans. Cards can be created in every shape and size - and are made with everything from tissue paper, stickers, and colored doilies to crayons, construction paper, and rubber stamps. 

Cat/Animal- Make a bird house or a pinecone bird feeder. Create small fleece blankets, dog biscuits and toys.Collect items or volunteer your time at a shelter. Volunteer at a zoo event. Have an animal themed party and collect donations from the local shelters list. Volunteer to pet sit or walk someone's dog.

Items to donate: food dishes, grooming supplies, treats, food, litter, collars, leashes, toys, etc.

Tree- Plant a tree through One tree Planted participate in Earth day community service activity. Other examples are: Gardening for your home or elderly, work in the yard or help a younger group earn a nature badge.

 Recycle Symbol- Create a recycle container in your home to place recycled items in, teach others how to recycle, make a bird feeder out of a water bottle, recycle your markers or crayons, recycle an old item into something new, use items for crafts, OR recycle your clothes or books by donating them to the needy. 

Safety Symbol-Create safety in your home. Help check your smoke detector batteries, create an exit plan, and make sure you have a fire extinguisher. Make thank you pinwheels, cards, donate cookies, or other items for community and hospital workers. Teach first aid to others or take a safety class so you can help others in the future.

 Star or Heart: You are a star for helping others in your community. Choose a project that you enjoy. Examples: Share your gifts with others (such as language, art, science etc.); create blankets or scarves for those in need; help your neighbor raking their yard, collecting their mail; by collecting items for the holidays or food; make decorations for a social event; offer to be a mother's helper or help the elderly.

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