Our world is a wonderful place where cruelty and mercy, chaos and peace, evil and good coexist. True, there are many bad things in our world, but as long as there are kind people the humanity is sure to thrive. And this story of a 12-year-old boy who has shown more kindness than many adults perfectly proves this.
Campbell Remess, 12, is a schoolboy who has learnt to sew so that he can make stuffed toys but not for sale. The boy gives them to his local hospital where seriously sick children are treated. He dedicates most if not all of his free time to his "Project 365 by Campbell." When he gave his project this name he intended to give a toy to one child every day throughout a year, but so far he has already sewed over 800 toys, which made sick kids happy.
He came up with this idea about three years ago. One day on visiting the hospital with his parents, Campbell saw many sick children there. The boy asked his parents to buy them some gifts, but they refused because they didn't have that much money. Then the boy decided to act on his own.
Campbell began to create stuffed toys that were supposed to be gifts for the little patients for Christmas. His first works looked far from the best, but the boy did not give up and continued to improve his skills.
The boy's kindness hasn't been unnoticed. The hospital staff, relatives of the patients and even ordinary local residents are extremely grateful to Campbell. Soon the boy has become a national hero.
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Even sick adults get Campbell's toys!
Campbell's example shows us that everyone can make a difference in a lot of people's lives.
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