Service Opportunities

Community Partnerships Reimagined: Interest to Action

As COVID has changed the way Upper School students spend their Wednesday Community Partnership time, Breck has offered "Interest to Action" as an alternative. In Lower School, these projects will be group based, but Middle and Upper School students can create individual projects that are service-based. We've included two Interest to Action projects where the students or groups are looking for community involvement.

Breck Community Recipe SubmissionS

Nicole Blake '22 is hoping to create a cookbook that includes recipes from around the Breck community, along with some traditional Navajo recipes. Nicole says, "The Navajo Nation has been disproportionately affected by the coronavirus pandemic, and my hope is for the profit of my cookbook sales to go towards the Navajo Nation. I was part of a project last May in my APUSH class and I hope to continue to foster this connection with the Navajo reservation." She's collecting recipes from all Breck constituencies and would love submissions from Breck families.

Click here to submit a recipe to help support this fun project.  

La Créche | early childhood center in North Minneapolis 

Alison Mitchell '23 and Kendall White '23 have created an Interest to Action group that is collecting books and socks for La Créche, an early childhood center in North Minneapolis. 

We're collecting these items now until February 24.  We ask that participants bring in gently-used books suitable for 1- to 6-year-olds and new socks that will fit toddlers. We are also encouraging people to include a short and simple note that could be given to the kids and teachers at La Créche.

Here's where donations can be dropped off:

  • Upper School students | Look for donation baskets outside their English classroom

  • Lower School and Middle School students | Check with the LS Office or MS Office for donation locations. 

Thank you!

Support Breck Community Partners with BOXTOPS!

Boxtops have gone DIGITAL! We know many of you are doing your grocery shopping online. This is a great moment to get into the habit of scanning your online receipt for "boxtops" on General Mills products. 

Each boxtop is worth ten cents. Over the past decade, Breck has earned nearly $10,000! Money raised supports our community partners and student initiated Philanthropy Projects. Going digital is pretty easy and kind of fun. 

Download the Boxtops for Education app and give it a try!