The Love Project Club
Sisters aim to change the world with service projects.

Sisters Scout and Dot Starr started The Love Project Club last year to organize community service projects for youth.

The Love Project Club collected items for the Phoenix Rescue Mission.

Their first project brought together 16 Valley kids to set up lemonade stands to raise money for victims of the Australia fires. Their efforts raised over $1,100. The funds were sent to a Koala rescue center and the St. Vincent de Paul organization

The Love Project Club has also organized Valentine’s Day visits at a retirement center, a fun run to raise over $800 for the Navajo community affected by COVID, and partnered with the Phoenix Rescue Mission to collect diapers, cans of food, toys, blankets, and clothes for the holidays. This year the group organized another fun run and raised over $800 to donate to the victims of the Texas winter storms, in addition to collecting water, sports drinks, and ice coolers to hand out at Valley homeless camps.

Scout, 10, and Dot, 9, are determined to change the world, one service project at a time. Join them on their epic journey via Instagram @the_love_project_club.