Hello and welcome to the fifteenth issue of “Kids Who Care.” 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 choice: There are not a lot of costumes for children in wheelchairs. But a group of 5th graders worked together to make sure their classmate Trey would not miss another Halloween.
An annual tradition of providing Thanksgiving meals to first responders throughout Indiana County started four years ago for the family of Angela McMasters, of Shelocta, when 1st grader Makenna asked about helping homeless families.
Every once in a while someone, somewhere surprises all of us with a selfless act of kindness. For one young man in Robertsdale what started out as a simple school project has now become an overwhelming act of kindness – in a good way.
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