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Pediatric Safety - Kids Who Care - Issue #7 - Kindness Takes Strength

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Pediatric Safety - Kids Who Care - Issue #7 - Kindness Takes Strength
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Hello and welcome to the seventh 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: This story of a young man who had the strength to turn an incredibly traumatic event that happened in his childhood into motivation to comfort others brought us to tears. 
Idaho Teen Survives Car Crash as Child Creates Comfort Kits for Child Crash Victims as a Young Adult | EMS World
Hannibal teen spreads kindness in her hometown by encouraging people to share their stories of happiness with each other
Parent 'astonished' by Central students' gesture of kindness to her son
100 Kids Who Care raise nearly two grand for Aspire Special Needs | rdnewsNOW
A small act of kindness makes a huge impact and can create long lasting friendships
Adopted foster child wins inaugural Arkansas State Police award because of "service heart"
Generous stranger leaves €120 at Galway Leisureland to pay for first 22 kids in incredible random act of kindness
DC Everest students pledge to end the use of the 'R' word
Local teachers notice uplifting trend: Students taking initiative to be extra kind to other children
Time to be kind: Stoddard students show generosity to one another in simple ways
Fourth-graders’ service project benefits foster children
Kind kids help hurting teacher after her pet passed away
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Have a wonderful weekend! ~ Clara Ember ~ Pediatric Safety
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