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The BE BIG Fund has been established to raise awareness for how Clifford's BIG Ideas can make the world a better place. Scholastic is working with HandsOn Network to bring the BE BIG Fund to life in your local community.

The BE BIG Fund supports the annual BE BIG in Your Community Contest. Click here to see this year's winning BIG Ideas (and be inspired to submit your BIG idea next year)!
BE BIG in Your Community Contest

Points of Light Institute was created by the merger of the Points of Light Foundation and Hands On Network in August 2007. The result is a powerful, integrated national organization with a global focus to redefine volunteerism and civic engagement for the 21st century, putting people at the center of community problem solving. Points of Light Institute is now the largest volunteer management and civic engagement organization in the nation. Its mission is to equip, mobilize and inspire people to take action that changes the world.
Points of Light Institute

HandsOn Network, a business operation of Points of Light Institute, creates opportunities for people to apply their interests and passions to make a difference in communities. The Network is leading people from impulse to action, turning their ideas for change into real projects like building wheel chair ramps, watershed protection projects and tutoring programs. 250 plus affiliates help nonprofits, community and government organizations manage and develop the leadership capacity of volunteers. In 2007 alone, these HandsOn Action Centers helped to deliver more than 33 million hours of volunteer service valued at $1.2 billion dollars.
HandsOn Network

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