Kindness starts at home – in your heart. It’s important to remember that everyone needs a smile, a kind word, an offer of help when it’s least expected. Small things make big differences to someone in need of help. It’s a ripple effect, like throwing a pebble in the water, and you’ll never know what wonderful results can come from an act of kindness to someone that feels lost. In my opinion, it’s an easy way to “pay it forward” and Marni, you do it so well. You have a terrific organization! Keep doing what your doing – helping to “right” the world”. - Pat Dolan, spokesperson for No Bull Challenge
You've made me think about my daily acts of kindness, thank you for making my life better. Now I can make other people's lives better too! Love, Ingaborg age 11
As a mom I really admire all that you're doing. Thank you for giving a platform to spread kindness which is something our whole family believes in and would be happy to work together! Your story has been so uplifting and also seeing Kira being even more positive towards life has been a blessing. My husband and I thank you for giving her such amazing friendship with all of your amazing ideas. Lisa Taylor
Thank you for your Kindness! ❤ Troop 32146
I love your blog! It gave me a lot to think about. An act of kindness goes a lonnnng way.
You help kids have courage to be kind and stand up to those who need it. When I hear the song “Joy to the world” I always think of you. You’re one of my favorite grown – ups. Quinn age 10
You are an uber role model to me and I hope to be as kind and amazing as you when I grow up. Ellie age 12
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