Kids for Kindness Project benefits local children with autism

Campbell Elementary School’s Kids for Kindness Program will focus on children living with autism for its November Service Project.  More than 30 students will promote autism awareness by assisting in the sales of the Hope for Three, local autism advocates, 2014 Many Faces of Autism Calendar.   The calendar, which features a unique compilation of children on the autism spectrum, is a tax-deductible donation of $10.  All funds generated from the autism awareness calendar sales go toward the Hope for Three Family Resource Fund.  Viewing the 2014 Many Faces of Autism Calendar are Kids for Kindness Members and several students of Campbell Elementary’s Autism Program. Shown in the photo (back row left to right): Alyssa Ibarra, Cody Walker, Domenick Williams, Londyn Montgomery, Maylon Adams; middle row: Candice Edwards, Alex Robles, Lakin Montgomery, Kate Fehres and Bishop Williams; front row: Paul Gaines, II, Gabby Ayiteyfio, Jonathan John and Lauren Montgomery.

Campbell Elementary School’s Kids for Kindness Program will focus on children living with autism for its November Service Project.  More than 30 students will promote autism awareness by assisting in the sales of the Hope for Three, local autism advocates, 2014 Many Faces of Autism Calendar.

The calendar, which features a unique compilation of children on the autism spectrum, is a tax-deductible donation of $10.  All funds generated from the autism awareness calendar sales go toward the Hope for Three Family Resource Fund.

Viewing the 2014 Many Faces of Autism Calendar are Kids for Kindness Members and several students of Campbell Elementary’s Autism Program. The Kids for Kindness Project will run throughout the month of November.

To purchase your calendar, contact Suzanne Stavinoha, Campbell Elementary School Counselor at 832-223-1300 or visit http://hopeforthree.org/shop43/#calendar.

For more information on Hope for Three, how it assists families or how you can help BE the difference, call 1-800-317-0787 or visit www.hopeforthree.org.

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