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Pediatric Safety - Kids Who Care - Issue #1 - Goodness Knows No Borders

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Pediatric Safety - Kids Who Care - Issue #1 - Goodness Knows No Borders
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Hello and thank you for being a loyal reader of Pediatric Safety. We would like to introduce you to our newest project we are calling “Kids Who Care.” This monthly newsletter brings you stories from across the globe and across the street of children (and occasionally the adults who care about them) selflessly bringing joy to those around them. In a world where bad things fill your web pages, thank you for choosing us to bring you some of the good. We hope these stories send you into your weekend smiling.

Editor’s pick: We love this story about a 12-year-old befriending a Syrian refugee in his class. Goodness knows no borders. 
#BeMoreJack - meet the 12-year-old from Salford whose kindness is a lesson for us all - Manchester Evening News
Rock On: Kindness Project Grows in Radford | Radford News |
Teens Raising Cash for App That Provides School Lunch to Kids in Need  - Upper East Side - New York - DNAinfo
Metro Denver children aim to “help the world” through random acts of kindness
Why This 8-Year-Old Boy Set Up a Lemonade Stand in a Hospital - Good News Network
Young Zoe grows hair to help sick kids | Coffs Coast Advocate
How one teacher’s act of engaging her young class in kindness spread across the nation. 
Bus driver's act of kindness for a girl on her first day of school will melt your cold, cold heart
Thank you so much for reading this!  If you choose to subscribe to our newsletter (which we really hope you do) please know that you will also be signing up to receive emails from our home site Pediatric Safety. You can check out the site here. Have a wonderful weekend!  ~ Your PedSafe Team ~ Clara, Stefanie, Audra and Jim
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