About Me: Female, 25, romulus, MI, member since Mar 2008
i am a senior in high school, and in our english class the twelfth graders have to do a project every year called the senior project. for this project we have to come up with a social issue, learn a new skill, make a product and impact our social issue in some way. we d
[More]esign and do the whole project by ourselves. for my social issue i chose to do S.I.D.S. my product is going to be a booklet on possible ways to prevent S.I.D.S and have information about S.I.D.S in it for new parents, which happens to be a lot of seniors at my school. for my impact i am going to have a bottle drive to raise money to donate to the first candle foundation for sids. i would really appreciate it, if anyone on here who has lost a baby to S.I.D.S would contact me so i could speak with you about it. i would really appreciate it.
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