Hope’s parents told her that her name means “helping other people everywhere” and that;s been her personal mission ever since, actively fundraising and volunteering for causes close to her heart. She has raised money for the dolphins at Clearwater Marine Aquarium, has donated her hair to Wigs for Kids, and volunteers at Kent Food Bank. …
Lexi knows about childhood cancer–she was diagnosed with ALL (acute lymphocytic leukemia) when she was a toddler, and went through 2.5 years of treatments at Seattle Childrens Hospital. So she actively raises fnds to help other kids with cancer. Twelve-year-old Lexi donates half the proceeds of her business (Lexi’s Got Cake) to Strong Against Cancer …
In honor of American Heart Association’s American Heart Month, we are celebrating Bryce for helping save his mom’s life when he was 9 years old. Watch this inspiring story & have the tissues ready. Special thanks to the Tacoma Rainiers & Museum of Glass for their support!
Amber started her own YouTube channel to show kids that cooking and eating fresh wholesome food is fun and delicious. Since then, Amber’s cooked on Food Network, been to the White House, and written a cookbook. Special thanks to Albert Lee’s Culinary Event Center for their support! Find out more about Amber’s cooking at www.cookwithamber.com.
Do you know a Super Kid? A Super Kid who loves to invent, create, craft, donate or volunteer?
Every month, Shellie Hart will be giving Kudos to a Super Kid as they share their inspirational stories and describe how they create a better community for all of us.
Help us celebrate Super Kids by nominating them to collect Kudos from Shellie Hart at WARM 106.9! Plus, this Super Kid wins a prize for being so awesome!