General Resources and Articles

General Resources & Articles


Service Learning and Magnified Giving’s process is not another “thing” to teach, but another way of teaching and learning.

The general resources below are from organizations that create quality service-learning resources that could be a great place to look for additional tools to meet the learning needs of your students. 


(Image): Magnified Giving’s 6-step philanthropic process on the inside, and the five-step IPARD service-learning process on the outside. 

Cathryn Berger Kaye and Associates

Learning to Give

  • Learning to Give’s mission is to provide quality teacher-written lessons and resources to help K-12 teachers educate, equip, and empower their students to be giving and caring citizens. Create a login to access their free teacher resources.
  • Youth Facilitator Guide for Service-Learning

National Youth Leadership Council

  • National Youth Leadership Council has a mission to create a more just, sustainable, and peaceful world, with young people, their schools, and communities through service-learning. You can register with them to access free Service Learning Resources, Professional Development, Virtual and In-Person Events, and join their Service-Learning Network.
  • Service-Learning Resource Center

Youth Service America

  • Youth Service America believes that youth, communities, and our democracy thrive when we all work together for the common good. Their mission is to activate young people, ages 5-25, to find their voice, take action, and acquire powerful civic and 21st Century skills as they solve problems facing their communities. YSA supports its activation campaigns with grants, training, and resources, and recognition programs for young people and their adult champions.
  • YSA Resources Toolkit
  • Service-Learning from Home