service learning

Educators across the world use The Philanthropy Project platform to support meaningful service learning for students. Learn more:

Benefits for Youth:

Individuals, classrooms, schools or groups can create personalized campaign pages for any type of service project!

Create a Compelling Campaign Page (it’s FREE!)

with easy-to-use tools including descriptions, pictures and videos

Easily Spread The World About Your Campaign

using the built-in social media sharing capabilities

Raise Money and Collect Donations Online

with the secure fundraising component on your campaign page

Plan an Event, Sell Tickets and Track RSVP’s

with the integrated event component; proceeds from ticket sales contribute towards campaign funding targets

Sell Merchandise to Benefit Your Cause

using our merchandise component; proceeds from merchandise sales contribute towards campaign funding targets

Recruit and Organize Participants To Help With Your Campaign

using our volunteer component that allows you to identify specific tasks you need help with and organize participants to help out

Easily Collaborate With Your Peers

to develop innovative solutions to global problems by joining a team campaign

Give Your Campaign the Best Chance for Success

thanks to support and encouragement from our dedicated Campaign Cheerleaders, as well as our Campaign Handbook that walks you through planning, preparing and running a successful campaign

Benefits for Educators:

Streamline service learning and assessment in your classroom when students create campaigns for their service projects!

Involve Students in the Five Stages of Service Learning

integrated into every aspect of participating in a service campaign on The Philanthropy Project platform

Provide Meaningful and Engaging Service Experiences for Students

participating in direct service, indirect service, advocacy service or research service campaigns

Streamline Service Learning and Assessment

by having students participate in a reliable, uniform framework for their various service campaigns

Align with Common Core State Standards & IB Diploma CAS Requirements

when your students participate in service campaigns on The Philanthropy Project

Showcase the Impact Your Students Make

using our Impact Dashboards that highlight all of the campaigns your organization helped bring to life and collectively track the impact of these campaigns

Encourage Collaboration Among Students

using our Collaborative Campaigns that allow students to make an impact in partnership with peers across the globe

Save Valuable Time

thanks to a Campaign Handbook that incorporates the Five Stages of Service learning as it walks students planning, preparing and running a successful campaign

Draw Support from our FREE Curriculum Guide for Educators

supported by extensive downloadable supplemental resources and written by international service learning expert, Cathryn Berger Kaye, M.A.


Service Learning opportunities are integrated into the process of creating a campaign on The Philanthropy Project platform in the following ways:

Resource Guide for Educators:

Full of resources to help you offer students meaningful and engaging service experiences incorporating The Philanthropy Project platform, the Educator Guide:

  • Follows the five stages of service learning (Investigation, Preparation & Planning, Action, Reflection and Demonstration)
  • Aligns with the Common Core State Standards
  • Aligns with the International Baccalaureate CAS (Creativity, Activity and Service) Programme
  • Is supported by extensive downloadable supplemental resources