When my friend’s 7- year-old daughter was diagnosed with cancer. read more →

Someone I know was put in a hospice because she was very sick. She had a blood disorder and doctors didn’t think she would make it. This place would make its residents cook their own food but the staff brought meds. She was so sick she couldn’t even get out of bed. read more →

My 9-year-old found out about a little girl who needs to go to America to have a life-changing operation. My little girl asked the head teacher at school if she could have a stand at the school fair to sell loom bands. The head flat out refused so I went to the school and basically told the head I was disappointed that my 9-year-old can show more compassion and empathy towards a stranger then the school can! (The poor little girl’s brother attends the school). read more →

I learned a long time ago, when any family member had to go to hospital for anything, to make a goody bag for the nurses. So having my dad in the hospital last week, I went and got some healthy snacks and some unhealthy snacks for both the night shift and day shift.  read more →

A small act of kindness.
My daughter is a Mini level all star cheerleader with Green Bay Fusion All Star Cheerleading in Green Bay, WI. In the last week of February we had a competition in Madison. Part of the fun of her competitions is that we get to travel and of course stay in a hotel and swim. Well swim we did, until my daughter got out of the pool and got sick everywhere on the pool deck. read more →

A few weeks after we launched Ripple Kindness Project’s Kindness Curriculum, I was approached by a year 5 boy who had been part of the audience at the special assembly held at his school. read more →