RELEASE: Leadership Team to Raise $88k for local non-profit, Seeds of Caring

March 10th, 2019
Evan Procaccini

Leadership Team to Raise $88k for local non-profit, Seeds of Caring
Child empowerment organization to receive massive boost

COLUMBUS, OH – The 20th leadership class of Next Level Trainings, as part of it’s transformational curriculum has created a large-scale community service project for a local non-profit organization. The leadership class has chosen to support Seeds of Caring and is set to raise $88,000 for Seeds of Caring. The campaign runs until March 21, 2019. In just 7 days the campaign has raised over $28,000.

The team of leaders will also collect 2,500 tangible goods and improve the physical space. According to the Marketing Lead, Jessica Trevino "the work Seeds of Caring provides to the Columbus community is so vital to our youth. We are grateful to have this opportunity to support in inspiring the next generation of leaders."

Next Level Trainings provides experiential leadership programs that support people in unlocking their power, passion, and purpose. Next Level Trainings is excited to support the life-changing work of Seeds of Caring and to create massive results in just one month! Seeds of Caring events include; raking leaves for seniors, packing sack lunches to be passed out to the hungry and homeless, conducting pet food drives in the neighborhood for a visit to the local animal shelter, and range from mini-workshops designed to help kids identify social issues they feel passionate about.

The community is invited to support Next Level Trainings in their fundraising effort, and to support Columbus Seeds of Caring by visiting:

For more information on Seeds of Caring, visit
For more information on Next Level Trainings, visit

About Seeds of Caring Seeds of Caring empowers kids to create a kinder community with their hearts, hands, and minds. We do this by designing meaningful opportunities for kids to engage in service, social action, and community-building. As kids learn about hunger in our community, make blankets for hospitalized children, or share conversation with seniors, they build confidence in their ability to contribute. In the end, we all benefit: our kids develop a heart for service, our families are united by a common purpose, and our community becomes a more compassionate place to live, work, and grow.