The power of sharing positivity is an amazing thing--especially when students are the ones benefiting. Linda Campbell makes sure students at Riverside High School are on the “receiving end” of lots of opportunities.
There’s a flurry of activity in the food pantry at Westridge Church of Christ in Pocahontas. That’s because it’s one of two days in the month where food boxes are about to be handed out in the community.
There’s joy in nearly every moment when the next winner in the Gr8 Acts of Kindness is around. You might even say he’s “The King” when it comes to finding ways to help seniors enjoy their Golden Years.
Quiandrea Borders, or “Miss Q” for short, mentors a group of young women every Tuesday night in Jonesboro and on weekends in her hometown of Hayti, MO. They learn how to deal with peer pressure, bullying and how to prepare for college.
Life can be so tough when you’re a kid. Add bullying at school and it can be almost unbearable. That’s why the next winner in the Gr8 Acts of Kindness decided to give children skills and knowledge for the REAL world.