Volunteers teach the children personal hygiene skills like proper oral care and handwashing, introduce the kids to new games, and tell stories of iconic places in the world with picture posters. Volunteers spend time reading with the kids to promote literacy and encourage reading habits. Volunteers identify children in need and their needs during these interactions and provide us such information to enable us to tailor our intervention support for each child according to a truly observed need. It may range from the need for new pairs of shoes for school, a new school uniform, toothbrush, or vitamins. We need to follow up with custodians of the child to see if the family needs assistance, for instance, if malnutrition is detected.