New York, NY (PressExposure) September 07, 2009 -- Seed a Need is proud to announce their first affiliation with the school system. Francis Howell Middle has graciously decided to make Seed a Need the theme for this year. FH Middle, led by Principal Amy Johnston, is an excellent school well known for its ability to build character into their students. They were recently recognized by the Character Education Partnership (CEP) for their National School of Character Video.
SeedaNeed.com is a good deed organization that has been launched to do good deeds Nationwide, and eventually worldwide. The non-profit organization is a web based program that helps people first recognize how easy it is to change a life by doing good things, and secondly helps users track the good deeds by supplying SeedaNeed Good Deed cards at no cost. The SeedaNeed Good Deed cards have an ID number on the card, the ID is entered to the site seedaneed.com, and the user leaves a comment about the good deed, and then passes the card along. This allows an ongoing string of good deeds that can be watched and tracked for the life of the card.
Seed a Need Project Founder Eddie Struckman says: "It was one of my many goals to get this cause into the school system. I couldn't have found a better school than Francis Howell to be our first school to launch SeedaNeed. It is very important to encourage our children to help others. I'm very excited to be working with Amy Johnston and her staff to make this year a huge success!"
SeedaNeed hopes that after a successful year at Francis Howell that other schools nationwide might adopt this theme. "Helping others and doing nice things for people with no expectation for payback should absolutely be part of any student's curriculum" says Eddie. "We can't just assume the parents are going to do it, so I'm hoping that other schools see this as yet another opportunity to groom our children into becoming happy, productive adults who will always put people first."