Though it is a bit surprising matter, sometimes, age does not matter to spread good deeds. The story I am going to reveal here is such a great thing to announce to the people who need the motivation to spread good ideas.
If a child sells his paintings for the betterment of stray animals, will you believe it? Yes. He is Pavel Abramov 9-year-old Russian boy who sells his paintings not to buy his stuff but to help stray animals. His mother, Ekaterina Bolshakova, is the strength behind Pavel. This project, named “Kind Paintbrush” to seek shelter and food for stray animals. More Info : vk.com | Instagram
Not only that, this mom and the little guy has started a Russian social media site to spread the positive thoughts among human beings. Without funds and employers, this little guy is doing a great job in society.
This project deals with the Pet owners who are willing to help with the stray animal. Pet owners who are ready to provide shelter and food for stray animals will get a portrait of their lovely little friend.
This little guy is an inspiration for not only Arzamas city. But for people all over the world. So, to spread good deeds, you do not need a lot of money, but a good deed is enough.
This is a story about an elementary class student, whose creativity and perseverance received a lot of recognition. A week before the colors day in college, a teacher told her students about this special day.
One student insisted on wearing a University of Tennessee shirt, but he didn’t have one. So his teacher encouraged him to wear an orange t-shirt to show his spirit. This boy went one step further and made a label for himself and pinned it to his t-shirt. But some girls made fun of his label at lunch and he came back to the class and cried.
The teacher felt sorry for him and planned to get him a UT shirt, by posting this incident on Facebook and asking out for help.
She received a lot of responses, in fact, she was overwhelmed with responses. The most amazing thing that happened was, the university decided to use his handmade design as a label for a t-shirt. The teacher herself looked forward to wearing it soon.
Also, the student received a care pack from the university, including a jersey, many hats, and bracelets. The boy also got the opportunity to pass University of Tennessee swag (stuff we all get) to his classmates, which made their day! They wore the bracelets, filled their bottles with water, wet their cooling towels to put around their necks and completed their writing quiz with pens. The teacher was very proud and happy to see all his classmates congratulate him.
So proud of VOL nation today. More than 16,000 t-shirts ordered by 3 pm today, crashing the website which is back up. Giant shout-out to @UTVolShop who ignited this story. On every major network today showing what it means to be a VOL and step forward and act! #tennesseeproudpic.twitter.com/J42sY4ah7m
The teacher and the student and his classmates were really amazed and impressed by the kindness showered upon them by the University of Tennessee and its supporters. It was a lesson of kindness and ‘being together’, for all of them.