Everyday the news seems to be filled with nothing but negativity, so here are 3 “Good News” stories to motivate your Monday!
“A TOUCH OF PINK”
More than 70 kids pitched and sold products at this year’s Children’s Business Fair, but one 10 year old decided to dedicate her business, “A Touch of Pink,” to raising awareness for Autism.
Jayda Pink Chopane was diagnosed at age 2 and said “Not a lot of people know about autism but it’s a really special thing in the world and lots of people have it,” Jayda said.
“ATTITUDE WITH GRATITUDE”
They call it “The Attitude of Gratitude Program.” 12 year old Cloe Brown decided to take action and help those people in need after she saw people wearing worn and tattered clothing. So, she started her first clothing drive with the help of her grandparents, filling plastic trash bags full of clothes to donate to the Omaha Door Mission.
But, Cloe thought “why stop there?” and printed off 34 hand made fliers to collect even more donations. If you would like to support Cloe, she’s piling up items at Grandma’s house for her latest drive.
People who want to contribute can contact Cloe at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Huetter at 712-520-3000.
“GAMING FOR CHILDREN”
More than 300 fans of video, board, and role play games turned out to Bellevue University this weekend for the Extra Life Omaha Guild Fundraiser. Extra Life unites gamers to play and raise money for their local Children’s Miracle Network and this weekend they raised over $6,000 for the Omaha Children’s Hospital!