Humanitarian & Role Model

A Sample of Meeka's Work

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  • Be Strong State Representative
  • Food Pantry volunteer ongoing
  • Refilling Free Little Libraries 
  • Cemetery volunteer for Memorial day- flags, flowers, and greeting 2018
  • Alzheimer's Association The Longest Day 2018-Ongoing
  • Stuffing Easter Eggs for the County 2018
  • Girls on the Run 2020- current 
  • Riley Children's Foundation - 2015 -current
  • Letters and gifts to strangers in support of mental health through Love With Skin 2018-2019
  • United Way 200 Cards 2018
  • Wig'd Out the Movie - Red Carpet film events supporting Antibullying and Alopecia Awareness 2018, 2019
  • Reading and teaching about Antibullying to two grades 2018, 2019, and ongoing
  • The Salvation Army
  • American Cancer Society (helped raise $11K  by year's end 2016)
  • Sheltering Wing Women and Children
  • Girl Scouts
  • March of Dimes
  • Out of the Darkness
  • Live Out Loud
  • Saint Judes
  • Soldiers Angels 2016 and ongoing
  • Make a Wish 2017 and ongoing- in 2020 I raised $3,000+ as top fundraiser 
  • 2019 Letters and cards to veterans Joe and Trudy- they received thousands for their 100th birthdays as a thank you for being Veterans.
  • SAW Servants at Work 2021 to current - building handicap ramps for needy
  • Multi cultural fashion shows 
  • I won the Presidential Volunteer award!!
  • Crown Cares
  •  Olivia's Cause 2017 to current
  • Letters to government for mental health
  • Rett Syndrome Volunteer Ongoing
  •  Jump In for Healthy Kids 2018
  •  Crown Cares Anti-bullying meet and greet and fundraising, 2018 and ongoing
  • Earth Day community clean up 2016 and ongoing
  •  Operation Gratitude in an effort to thank all military 2016 and ongoing
  • A Future United at United Way 2016 and ongoing
  • Riley Children's Hospital Toy Drive 2016 and ongoing
  •  Circle City Pageant visiting royalty 2018
  • Miss Amazing Pageant Buddy 2018 and ongoing
  • March of Dimes 2015 and ongoing
  • American Red Cross
  • Human Society pet food pantry
  • I raised money for The Walk to end Alzheimer's, Make A Wish, Friends-giving for No Kid Hungry, and more.
  • Volunteering at Heartland Film Festival
  • Volunteering with American Cancer, Indy 500, Alzheimer's Association, Riley Cheer Guild.
  • 2019 I am working on understanding government and issues that face cities and our country.  By writing to the Town Hall, I was granted a personal tour of the Fire House.  It was great to learn about how they operate day to day and watch them in action. 

Servant at Work Meeka Wojo

Posted: Jul 17, 2021 / 10:52 AM EST / Updated

INDIANA (WISH) – Meeka Wojo is helping make a difference for Hoosiers with physical disabilities, one ramp at a time.

At just 10 years old, Wojciechowski is part of a group of Miss Circle City Indy pageant queens working with Servants at Work (SAW) to build a ramp at a home on the near-east side on Saturday. In addition to helping build the ramp, Queen Meeka Wojo raised the highest amount, $500, for the organization.   Messer Construction donated to the cause.  SAW is a nonprofit, volunteer organization that builds wooden wheelchair ramps for low-income individuals who are unable to exit their home safely.  Meeka is a well-known community volunteer who loves to help out and we are excited she is here with her team today.  Other pageant queens ranging from ages 5-60 will volunteer their time as well.

SAW typically builds between 200 and 300 ramps per year across Indiana. Executive Director Bob Richmond says it takes 5 hours to build a ramp.

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Queen Meeka Raises Money for American Cancer Society with Her Team

 “It is not the crown or title that makes a queen; it is the person that wears it.”

With that motto, Beauty of Hope strives to make a difference in the surrounding communities. The non-profit organization, which was founded on the principle of giving back, raises money for the American Cancer Society. Its goals are to build awareness and raise donations for this cause.  

The Beauty of Hope pageant is now in its fifth year of working with the American Cancer Society. This year, contestants raised more than $6,000 so far.

The pageant is for girls and young women ages 5 to 21 . During the pageant process, the contestants go through an interview with the judges, model clothing and evening wear, and answer an on-stage question.  Top winners were: Little Miss, Meeka Wojo; Young Miss, Haley Carlton; Junior Miss, Prayse Odomes; Teen Miss, Rachel Lewis; and Miss, Storie Nickle.  Special recognition was given to the top fundraisers, Meeka & Haley.

Once the queens were chosen, their journey begins. Throughout their year of reign, they will attend many events for the cause with the hope of creating more awareness in the surrounding communities. 

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Second Grader Publishes Anti-Bullying Books

Be the Change

  • Examples of Letters Queen Meeka Wojo has sent to make a difference 
  • Queen Meeka is a state representative for BeStrongGlobal.    Be Strong is a charity focused on preventing bullying, isolation and suicide.  It is a student led group to encourage students to reveal the challenges they are facing, and equip students with more resilience while providing local resources as well.  Meeka was nominated and interviewed to accept this position.  She volunteers with this group every week.  For example, in addition to her many volunteer activities she does, this month specifically for Be Strong, Meeka was tasked to do the following:

  This Month’s Social Impact #BeStrong

  • POSITIVE OUTLOOK: Each day, post a kind uplifting, positive comment on (3) people’s pictures or posts.
  • HUMAN CONNECTION: Make (10) cards for doctors and nurses at your local hospital.
  • GENEROSITY: Each day when  going to school or work, say “hello” & compliment (1) person.
  • MINDFULNESS: Each day, take a 10 minute mindful walk.
  • GRATITUDE: Mail a thank-you note to your teachers & say  what you love most about their contributions.

Make A Wish, Macy's Believe Campaign 2020

Thank you, Meeka, again for your participation in the Macy’s Believe Campaign. Meeka, you contributed letters to Santa that accounted for $3,440!!!  We could not be more thankful for  support and outstanding efforts in seeing wishes granted! Your contribution alone made up over 50% of the total for the entire campaign for this region.

Thank you for the vital role you play in the success of wish granting and spreading the holiday magic throughout your community! 

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A Note from Queen Meeka Wojo

BE BRAVE   2020-2021-2022   

  • Covid: This time in our lives is crazy.  We are going to beat this Coronavirus together.   
  • Let's be fair.  Be kind. Be patient.  Act intelligently. Take care of yourself & each other.  Show respect.  Help the community any way you can.