26 Acts Of Kindness: Honoring The Sandy Hook Victims

It’s the holiday season, the last thing any of us expected (not that you expect tragedy any time) was the horrific events that occurred last Friday. 26 people lost their lives; 20 of them children.

We have listed before how you can help the families, but there’s something more you can do, that is catching on like wildfire to honor the victims.

26 Acts of Kindness. Created on as a Facebook page by Warren Tidwell, a 34 year old man from Alabama. Tidwell toldĀ  the folks at KSL that he watched the tragedy unfold Friday and was crushed and felt helpless – his own son, who is 4, will attend kindergarten next year.

“It just seemed like the right thing to do” said Tidwell.

See the 26 Acts of Kindness page.

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