WHO WE ARE

Little Masters Club is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that seeks to provide an encouraging environment for kids to be learners, mentors, team players, and leaders. We promote “learning by doing” through a multitude of fun projects. Our goal is to connect children to their community, invoke their compassion and motivation, develop their skills through our projects, and give them an opportunity to shine.

We know children learn better when they’re interested in the subject, with their friends, and have confidence and support. Little Masters Club designs projects to be heavily team based, with as little adult intervention as possible. The community will always be there for a helping hand, but kids are encouraged to lead projects, teach peers, work together, and mentor children younger than them as much as they can. We provide a safe and fun environment to try, fail, try again, fail harder, and finally succeed! There is no better motivator than hard earned success.

Our vision is to see children discover their potential and develop the skills necessary to be successful adults. A strong community and meaningful support are fundamental building blocks of happiness. We strive to create just that for our kids to flourish in and become well-rounded individuals.

Your support is greatly appreciated, be it volunteerism or monetary donation (tax exempt)! Get involved now!

UPCOMING EVENTS

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守护家园,小大师在行动! – 社区生活信息分享
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特殊时期,社区互相帮忙,信息共享,大家一起安全度过被困家中的这段时间! 医护人员教我们如何安全的购物和订外卖: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjDuwc9KBps 中餐馆外卖和信息汇总: 点击这里 华州心理学会推荐 (From Washington StatFe... Read More

守护家园,小大师在行动!- 疫情当前,呼吁社区为血库献血
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疫情爆发以来,美国西北最大的西北血库及红十字会血库,因为不得不取消三月份之后的上百个预定献血活动,血库库存血量面临剧减,因为血液不能久存的性质,西北血库迫切需要大家开始预约四月份的献血时间,尽快补充血库储存,以应对有可能出现的医疗状况!现在比任何时候,我们都更需要大家的支持,维持血库的稳定,支持医疗系统的正常运转,才最有效的帮助我们及帮助大家! Read More

守护家园,小大师在行动!- 向社区集资购买医护防护用品
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助缓解西雅图地区医用防护用品短缺,小大师决定从现在开始一周时间内(截止到3/27/2020)接受社区捐款,用于购买医护人员的防护装备。现阶段我们集中人力采购最短缺的N95或者同类口罩,尽快交给各大医院和诊所。基于现在情况每日瞬息万变,如果在筹款结束时出现口罩不再紧缺,或有多余善款,我们会把善款捐给UW Virology(https://depts.washington.edu/uwviro/),支持他们对coronavirus的医学研究。 Read More