Put an end to Bullying & Adolescent Suicide
In year 3 of this mission, I introduced a bicycle ride to my travels to raise
awareness about issues kids are having to deal with at far too young an age.
Bullying and Adolescent Suicide are two of these challenging burdens most kids
will unfairly have to overcome throughout the remainder of their lives. At rides
end we will have ridden enough miles to traveled the perimeter of the earth, twice.
I loved seeing this sign in Cleveland. It challenges all of those who love this town to profess their positive thoughts of this great city. Cleveland is truly The City of Kindness.
I recently had the pleasure of meeting Alex Twum, Regional Director for Education of the CEF. All the way from Ghana, Alex was proud to tell of his teachings of Christ to children.
No matter where I travel during the course of the day, Bogart is at the ready to greet me as if I have been gone for weeks on end. What a pleasure it is to have Bogart along on this tour.
This TBT photo is from spring ‘09. The original Kindness Bus was just starting to take shape. Even early on, the message had great meaning.
One very special place children in Northeast Ohio can attend in summer is the Gates Mills Nature Camp. This camp has about 80, K-5 campers and 10 counselors. It uses hands-on and discovery learning methods to explore the many phenomena in nature, science, math, art and physical education all while building self esteem and positive character in each camper.
One Million Acts of Kindness was given a stellar introduction to the group courtesy of founders, Joe and Carmela Hayes.
Thank you to all.