Kind-hearted people give food and blessings to kids | Humankind
Kind-hearted people give food and blessings to kids | Humankind Kind-hearted people give food and blessings to kids | HumankindGet something like this comes from people that don’t even know them that it shows them that the community out there cares about them, even though they don’t know Who We R. I was at church and they talked to sermon about feeding children. Okay, I hear you say something: we started Andres and February of 2013, who gave our first bag 42 kids and three schools warning to see the Next Generation come that are so philanthropic and gung-ho about helping their fellow peers. I got a little note from one of us voice way., And it said I don’t know you, but in my heart I do thank you so much for feeding the Army. Accept that made me cry. My daughter is a graphic design. Artist in she’s got four little stickers made. This is tell them your love, you know thanks, you make a difference in the world and then we got every group that packs for us. We asked them in a car and there’s a simple little three-by-five cards. That just say something inspiring to them. One of the little girl said those card mean more to me than my food like eat, every single one of them and I’m making a book so that when I get sad, I can open my book and look at all the card heartwarming to see how many People are under the radar out of next in the community. That’S great work, it’s like a pebble and we throw it in the water and just to see the ripples tracks that go out is really fun and amazing. A note like this from a hungry child changes you forever, “I don’t know you, but in my heart I do. You help my family a lot so thank you.”
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