Heroes come in many forms, and with a variety of experience. However, when we picture a hero, we do not typically envision a young child. Yet at our events, I’ve witnessed those not yet old enough to write, scribble special notes for care packages for the homeless, and I’ve seen dads and their babies craft cards for elderly Meals-On-Wheels recipients. I’ve watched 2-year olds use trash grabbing devices to clean up the beach, and 6-year olds enthusiastically sort clothes for newborns whose moms have little more for them than boundless love.
We’ve just finished our 1st complete year at Tomorrow’s Heroes Today, and I couldn’t be more proud of what we’ve helped even very young kids accomplish. Let's take a moment to reflect, and honor a few very active participants:
Meet Caleb, Daniel, and Calvin.
Each of them is just 2.5 years old, but they've already done so much.
Between the three of them, they’ve worked together with their parents to:
Would you call them heroes? I would.
Keep up the great work Caleb, Daniel, and Calvin!
Kids have so much to offer this world with their open minds and hearts, and tiny, but willing hands. Providing them with a few additional tools, resources, and inspiration, can actually enable them to make a real impact. And while some may be too young to understand the extent of what they are doing today, they are galvanizing important values, making such activities second nature in their years to come. Hopefully one day they will be able to say, “Look at all that I’ve accomplished! How can I continue to make a difference?” So GROWN-UPS, let’s work together to empower boys and girls of all ages so they can achieve as much as Caleb, Daniel, and Calvin. Let’s continue to empower Tomorrow’s Heroes, Today!
Founder, Tomorrow’s Heroes Today
Empowering kids to make a difference in their community.