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Pediatric Safety - Kids Who Care - Issue #16 - When Being "Different" Really Doesn't Matter

Hello and welcome to the sixteenth issue of “Kids Who Care.” In a world where bad things fill your we
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Pediatric Safety - Kids Who Care - Issue #16 - When Being "Different" Really Doesn't Matter
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Hello and welcome to the sixteenth 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: A six-year-old autistic boy shows us that being a little different does not limit our ability to make a BIG difference in the lives of others.
An autistic child gives special bags to the homeless
The Healdsburg School sends cards and empathy to Camp Fire victims
At just 11 years old, Alexia Serna has been organizing volunteering projects for years.
'Kid Santa' spreads holiday cheer to kids in shelters, hospitals
The Youth Revolution students at the King George School receive a grant to spread kindness
'You Matter!': Friendswood elementary students on mission to spread kindness
'Niceness is Priceless' project started by student killed in car crash expands to all Helena schools
Honolulu police recognize a 9-year-old boy’s holiday act of kindness
Hundreds of volunteers make 'Random Acts of Kindness'
Girl sews stuffed toys for homeless children, passes them out on Christmas Eve
Sarah Scott kids help pay it forward, stuffing heart-shaped balloons and delivering them with hand-written notes to a children's hospital
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Have a wonderful weekend! ~ Stefanie Zucker ~ Pediatric Safety
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