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.
The following words are meant only to inspire you, They are not meant to be mean spirited.
Our hearts were torn two years ago when we heard of the Sandy Hook tragedy. We were all touched to the very core because of the innocence of these first grade children. Many of us wept openly.
We all wish that events like this would never happen.
We all want to see a better world for all children.
It has been nearly 1,000 days!
What have you done to help children in need?
Please use this call to action as a catalyst in your life to bring comfort to a child who may need the loving kindness you can bring to his or her life.
Thank you to Ellie (owner of the Sandy Hook Diner), Bob, Christine and the St. Rose of Lima 4pm friend for the red carpet, open arms, breakfast is on the house, welcome wagon treatment to their hometown. The Sandy Hook Diner is the happening place to say the very least. Standing Room Only!
Congratulations on all the wonderful work you are doing to promote kindness in this world. Your new space in Bethel is so very welcoming and I know you will have huge success in helping comfort those in need. I can see the move from Newtown went very well.
Thank you for inviting me to visit your studio it was a very special time on my trip here to Bethel/Newtown/Sandy Hook.
Sam, your studio manager gave me a wonderful tour. Camryn, one of your volunteers was excited about creating a kindness club at her high school. They all embody your motto, “Be kind.
Bob Votruba and Bogart too