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Pediatric Safety - Kids Who Care - Issue #18 - This Is What a Heart of Gold Looks Like

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Pediatric Safety - Kids Who Care - Issue #18 - This Is What a Heart of Gold Looks Like
By Pediatric Safety  • Issue #18 • View online
Hello and welcome to the eighteenth issue of “Kids Who Care.” In a world where each day seems to bring more bad news, it becomes even more important to take a moment and honor the folks who are going out of their way to do some good for others - especially when they’re kids. We hope these stories send you into your weekend smiling
Editor’s choice: Not only have these girls created mini-food pantries for neighbors in need, they’ve taken on everything from collecting supplies for animal shelters to raising money for hurricane relief in Houston to holding a book drive for children in Ghana… This is what true kindness looks like…

Chenango Bridge Elementary students spread kindness through 'Positivity Wall'
Reading McDonald's holding "Random Act of Kindness Day" in honor of young worker who went above and beyond
Pair of York County boys with 'big, helpful hearts' shovel driveway
Fifth Graders Launch Their Own Kindness Club at School – and Bullied Kids Are Already Benefiting
Tradewinds Elementary student gets 'caught' cleaning up classroom
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Have a wonderful weekend! ~ Stefanie Zucker ~ Pediatric Safety
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