Hello and welcome to the sixth 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: We are so impressed by the intelligence and empathy displayed by this young woman. A true example of compassion turned to action.
After watching her grandmother struggle to remember her own family members, the young coder Emma Yang decided to figure out how to use AI and facial recognition to help her–and others coping with the illness.
The couple’s story about being denied their planned honeymoon 60 years ago moved so many of the children that the class decided to write letters to the hotel. The hotel responded by giving the couple a second honeymoon.
Ten Year Old Lane Bucher Leads Way with New Film - Rancho Santa Margarita, CA - At 10-Years of Age, Ladera’s Lane Bucher Brings “Ok to Stutter” to Silver Screen, Film Teaches Acceptance, Kindness, Listening, Compassion
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Have a wonderful weekend! ~ Clara Ember ~ Pediatric Safety