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Grace Mason

Project Title

A Child’s Break is designed to get kids out of abusive and drug or alcohol addicted households. Through this we are going to be able to show kids what different opportunities they have in life instead of becoming what their parents were like. To do this we are going to bring the kids into temporary housing and bring different people in so that the children have a positive adult figure to look up to as role models.

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Mission: “To give kids the chance to escape their past and explore their future.”

Grace Mason Profile

My name is Grace Mason.  I’m a student at Teays Valley Christian School and the founder of A Child’s Break.

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Standwatch Trip Day 8

This morning started at 7 am. We had to be downstairs at 8 so we could be at the white water rafting place at 10. When we were at [...]

Standwatch Trip Day 6

Today, started out just like any other morning on the trip. We got up around 6:15 a.m. and who would've thought we would get the leadership lesson we got. [...]

Leadership Lesson

While we were on our expedition, I didn’t really learn anything about being able to find ways to help kids for my non-profit. Though, I did learn about leadership [...]

Standwatch Trip Day 5

It was very hard to get myself out of bed this morning. We woke up at 4:45 so we could get a head start to Yellowstone National Park. When [...]

Factoids Day 5

Yellowstone National Park 1)Yellowstone National Park has 1000 to 3000 earthquakes each year. Idaho Falls 2)Idaho Falls got its name from the 1860s gold rush.

Factoids Day 2

Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado 1)The entire Park has 585 campsites. Medicine Bow, Wyoming 2)President Theodore Roosevelt gave it the name “Medicine Bow”, where this is not its original [...]

Factoids Day 4

Little Bighorn National Monument 1)There were 263 calvaries men. Billings, Montana 2)It is nicknamed "City Beneath the Rimrocks" because the sandstone formations range from 300 to 800 feet tall.