Hello and welcome to the third issue of our newest project we are calling “Kids Who Care.” This monthly newsletter brings you stories from around 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 choice: These 10 child nominees from India are fighting against issues many adults have trouble facing. We are proud to highlight their stories.
Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai had won the award in 2013. Abraham M. Keita won the award in 2015 for his fight against violence to children. The first International Children’s Peace Prize was won by Baruani Ndume from Tanzania.
Students at Winthrop Elementary marked National Bullying Prevention Month in a new and colorful way this October.Most of the school’s 400-plus students wore orange to express togetherness on Wednesday, Oct. 25, which was designated Unity Day in a national effort to promote acceptance, kindness, and inclusion. Kids also wrote anti-bullying messages on slips of orange construction paper that school staff then assembled into a chain as part of what was dubbed Project Connect.“It was any way
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Have a wonderful weekend! ~ Clara Ember ~ Pediatric Safety