The Great Kindness Challenge is a challenge taken by schools and youth groups to perform as many acts of kindness as possible over the course of the week. The mission of the Great Kindness Challenge is to create a school environment where all students thrive. Different activities were organized to celebrate kindness.
Sophia is a baby girl who was born with a rare neurological disease called Spinal Muscular Atrophy. Her condition encouraged her parents to start The Sophia's Cure Foundation, dedicated to assisting research in finding a cure for SMA and helping to support families affected by the disease. With Sophia's birthday coming up, 17 CCSR students made birthday cards to send to her.
SAFE’s (Stuffed Animals for Emergencies) mission is to provide comfort to children in traumatic or emergency situations through donations of stuffed animals. By doing this, they hope to help children feel safe and cared for during an incredibly stressful event in their lives.