The Littlest Change will be hosting a
"Kind Contest" through 2014.

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We are looking for kids to contribute by sending in articles or drawings representing their opinions on kindness. Ideas for topics include:

  • Paying kindness forward can make a difference in the world because…
  • If everyone in the world did just one kind thing each day…
  • When I’m having a bad day, doing something nice for someone makes me feel…
  • If I could do any one kind thing (with no limitations on location, money, or resources) for any one person in the world, I would…

All submissions should include the child's name (first and last initial and age) and an email address to reach a parent or guardian and should be submitted by Dec 31, 2014. By submitting your piece, you are providing consent for The Littlest Change to publish your entry on our website. One lucky recepient will receive an Amazon gift card with the opportunity to work with TLC on their next big random act of kindness event. Inquiries and submissions should be directed to info@thelittlestchange.com.

What are you waiting for? Kindness is contagious.


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