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The Mathematics of Kindness

We are excited to share what the mathematics of kindness looks like!!

We created out Gateway for Kindness in January of 2017 in Westerville.  Right away you advocated for children and families -- and boy did our community come forward with a warm response.

By the end of 2017 we expanded our Gateway for Kindness to Gahanna and Dublin and began to see the magic in all three communities.

In our first year we drove direct care and support to 3,000 children & families.

Then in 2018 neighborhood bridges found kindness in the communities of Worthington, Grove City, Upper Arlington, and Hilliard.  The numbers grew.  Your response was incredible!

In 2018 we served a total of 7 communities and together we drove kindness to 7,500 children & families.

This year New Albany joined our Gateway for Kindness and we added our FIRST community in the Greater Cincinnati area with Sycamore Community Schools.  In addition we have added four Alabama communities through the leadership of Hoover, Alabama.  Soon we will be live in Alabaster, Pike Road, and Helena.

Together we have directly supported more than 15,000 children and families.

How far can kindness spread?  We think the opportunity is amazing because kindness is growing and renewable resource!!!

#KindnessIsCool             #KindnessIsEverywhere

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