A Kind Holiday

Queen Charlotte of England was much happier looking after children, helping expectant mothers and tending Kew Gardens than in dressing up and going to fancy balls. In fact, Queen Charlotte and her husband, King George III, were the first British royals to make charitable giving part of official royal duties. In the spirt of Queen Charlotte, whose story is told in THE QUEEN AND THE FIRST CHRISTMAS TREE, please share a photo and a few words about something kind you've done for others for whatever holiday you celebrate. By sharing, maybe you'll inspire others to help kindness grow like Queen Charlotte's garden.

 Dr. Michele Anderson's second-grade class wanted to make the holidays happy for American soldiers serving away from home. They collected Halloween candy from the school community and organized it for delivery to Operation Support Our Troops--America. http://www.osotamerica.org/  Thank you, Dr. Anderson’s kids and Westmoor Elementary School in the Northbrook School District 28 in Illinois!

Dr. Michele Anderson's second-grade class wanted to make the holidays happy for American soldiers serving away from home. They collected Halloween candy from the school community and organized it for delivery to Operation Support Our Troops--America. http://www.osotamerica.org/

Thank you, Dr. Anderson’s kids and Westmoor Elementary School in the Northbrook School District 28 in Illinois!

WHAT I DID

How I helped someone for the holidays. 

 Under the guidance of teacher Gabriel Popovich, The Mustangs Organizing for Social Transformation (M.O.S.T.), a volunteer organization that meets after classes at Rolling Meadows High School in Rolling Meadows, Illinois designed and created holiday cards for refugees, immigrants, and asylum seekers in U.S. custody at the border.   Thank you, Mr. Popovich and the M.O.S.T. teens for showing you care!

Under the guidance of teacher Gabriel Popovich, The Mustangs Organizing for Social Transformation (M.O.S.T.), a volunteer organization that meets after classes at Rolling Meadows High School in Rolling Meadows, Illinois designed and created holiday cards for refugees, immigrants, and asylum seekers in U.S. custody at the border.

Thank you, Mr. Popovich and the M.O.S.T. teens for showing you care!

WHAT I DID

How I helped someone for the holidays. 

WHAT I DID

How I helped someone for the holidays.