Share Your Student Volunteer Story for #MeaningfulMonday!

By: Jul. 13, 2020
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Are you a high school or college student involved in arts-related charity work? Want our readers to learn more about the foundation/charity you're doing work with? Share your story with us and you'll be featured on BroadwayWorld!

#MeaningfulMonday is an idea from 17 year-old student Abby Heltzer of Livingston, New Jersey, who wants student volunteers across the country to be recognized for their hard work at their own arts-related charities, foundations and organizations.

In Abby's words: "I was ecstatic to learn that BroadwayWorld New Jersey had chosen to write an article based on a blurb I wrote about the charity work I completed with my two close friends Dani Pritkin and Allie Benjamin with our organization Kostumes for Kids for the Newark School of the Arts.

"This got me thinking that there must be thousands of other kids just like me across the country who are doing amazing work and giving back to their communities, whose efforts deserve to be amplified to such a wide audience just as mine were. This is why I was wondering if it was possible to open up an online forum where kids aged 13-18 could write in submissions about the wonderful arts-related charity work they have been completing within their own communities."

Want your work to be recognized? Want to shout out the charity/foundation you're proud of? Fill out the form HERE to be featured on BroadwayWorld!