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Pediatric Safety - Kids Who Care - Issue #5 - The Youngest Child Can Teach Us All Compassion

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Pediatric Safety - Kids Who Care - Issue #5 - The Youngest Child Can Teach Us All Compassion
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Hello and welcome to the fifth issue of “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: Helping someone else can be as small as asking a question, giving a smile and a fountain drink. And the youngest child, like this 6 year-old helping a homeless man, can teach us all compassion.  
Young Girl's Kindness Toward Homeless Man Goes Viral (Photo)
While other students were out enjoying Christmas break, these two kids were busy wrapping presents for needy families. 
Two Oklahoma students recognized for heartwarming act of kindness to fellow classmate |
The Kindness Revolution: Fairfield teen honored for fighting hunger
St. Clair Students Spread Christmas Cheer; Made Cookies, Sang Carols Throughout Town | Saint Clair |
Richmond Students Build 'Boo Boo Bags' For Children In The ER / - The Berkshires online guide to events, news and Berkshire County community information.
This month's lesson: Acts of kindness by P.E.I. students - Prince Edward Island - CBC News
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Have a wonderful weekend! ~ Clara Ember ~ Pediatric Safety
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