Graduating Class Clapped & Waved Silently
Graduations are crowded, raucous affairs. In crowded gymnasiums and auditoriums, echos of wild clapping, cheers, speeches amplified by the microphone fill the air. But one high school fell completely silent during the ceremony.
To respect graduate with autism
A Little Voice Cried, "Cinderella, Wait!"
Layla is five years old, on the spectrum, and has trouble with social interaction. She also dearly loves Disney princesses. When she saw a wedding party at the park, she recognized the bride right away: it was Cinderella, of course!
Wedding party moved to tears
Foster Kids: Survivors Who Need Our Help & Respect
Children enter the foster system for a number of reasons, including poverty, neglect, and abuse. There are more than 400,000 of them in the U.S. Most have few personal belongings, and are likely to carry sadness and fear with them every day. But we can provide them with hope: from hygiene kits and teddy bears, to birthday boxes and even bikes.
Share our childhood joys and a sense of normalcy with these vulnerable kids - show them someone cares.Here's How »