Extreme Kindness

Extreme Kindness

The Kindness Crew in Orlando

This just surfaced in the Orlando Times.

Boys & Girls Clubs East Altamonte Teams With Software Giant SAS, Inc. For Community Activities

Orlando – Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida and software giant SAS, Inc., teamed up recently to plant trees, bury a time capsule and hold a scavenger hunt.Gary Cain, president of Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida, said the effort paid off in big ways for Boys & Girls Clubs participants. SAS volunteers and Boys & Girls Clubs participants joined the Extreme Kindness Crew www.extremekindness.com) to plant a tree and flowers at our Atlamonte Springs club, Cain said. The tree and some of the flowers were donated for the East Altamonte Club by Ace Hardware of Sanford.

Extreme Kindness organizers also prepared and buried a time capsule with artifacts representing the goals of Boys & Girls Clubs participants. The scavenger hunt was organized into five categories to represent the five core programs of the youth-serving organization: character and leadership development, education and career development, health and life skills, sports, fitness and recreation, and the arts. Both SAS and the Extreme Kindness Crew became more familiar with what the Boys & Girls Clubs organization is. Cain said SAS volunteers planned the event. SAS teamed with Extreme Kindness to launch a national tour of random acts of kindness, Cain said. About Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida: Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida was established to serve the Central Florida community by providing all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, with opportunities to reach their full potential as productive and caring citizens. The 28 clubs and middle school locations throughout the area provide a wide range of youth development programming.

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