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7-year-old Tess Callahan recently lost her great aunt Rose to cancer. She was determined that she would help make a difference for other cancer patients by helping raise funds for cancer research.
Since Tess loves to sew, she decided that she would accomplish this by creating canvas tote bags with the help of her grandmother and donating all the profits to the American Cancer Society!
Great job, Tess! What you’re doing for others is totes awesome!
Read the original story by Terry Flores as published by Kenosha News (April 19, 2013) here!
Students at Pleasant Valley High School in PA are dedicated to spreading positive messages and hope throughout their community in an undertaking they call the HOPE Project.
The HOPE Project began when a teacher encouraged students at the high school to be nice to one another. The message of love overflowed from the high school into the local community. Now, the students serve the community in ways such as assisting with field day at the local elementary school, helping homeless families get back on their feet, and sponsoring a golf tournament for the Salvation Army of Monroe County!
Awesome job, guys! Way to make a difference!
Click here to learn more about what these awesome kids are doing to spread the message of hope and positivity in their community!
The Daw Family is adopting a little boy from Uganda in just a few days, and they need some help raising money for airfare! Every t-shirt purchased from the link below brings the Daw family $11 closer to reaching their goal.
Click here to help out and get a t-shirt of your very own! Thanks for being awesome and making a difference!