Great job to all of the participants, and we encourage you all to keep submitting your Acts of Kindness for another chance to win.  Please continue to send us your Acts of Kindness!

June 2015 Grand Prize Winner

CONGRATULATIONS Brianna Francis!   Brianna received the most votes among the June 2015 entries, and she was awarded the prize pack at her school.  Great job to all of the participants, and we encourage you all to keep submitting your Acts of Kindness for another chance to win.  Please continue to send us your Acts of Kindness!

Brianna Francis - 11th Grade -  Watervliet Jr./Sr. High School Brianna captured the WORDS spirit by inviting a new student to sit at her lunch table. They still continue to sit together. Nice job Brianna!

Brianna Francis - 11th Grade -  Watervliet Jr./Sr. High School

Brianna captured the WORDS spirit by inviting a new student to sit at her lunch table. They still continue to sit together. Nice job Brianna!

 

May 2015 Grand Prize Winner

CONGRATULATIONS Gabriela Wemple!  Gabriela received the most votes among the May 2015 entries, and she was awarded the prize pack at her school.  Great job to all of the participants, and we encourage you all to keep submitting your Acts of Kindness for another chance to win.  Please continue to send us your Acts of Kindness!

Gabriela Wemple - Grade 11- Bethlehem Central High School Gabriela and her fellow SADD members are embracing the WORDS campaign by created a chain of life to gather students' positive thoughts and ideas to display at school. She also created a positive message board to display these thoughts too. Way to Gabriela!

Gabriela Wemple - Grade 11- Bethlehem Central High School

Gabriela and her fellow SADD members are embracing the WORDS campaign by created a chain of life to gather students' positive thoughts and ideas to display at school. She also created a positive message board to display these thoughts too. Way to Gabriela!

 

April 2015 Grand Prize Winner

CONGRATULATIONS Kyloni Codrington!  Kyloni received the most votes among the April entries, and he was awarded the prize pack at his school.  Great job to all of the participants, and we encourage you all to keep submitting your Acts of Kindness for another chance to win.  Please continue to send us your Acts of Kindness!

Kyloni Codrington - Grade 4 - Brighter Choice Charter School for Boys Kyloni has truly embraced the spirit of the WORDS campaign when he helped a fellow scholar turn a bad day into a good day. Keep up the great work Kyloni!

Kyloni Codrington - Grade 4 - Brighter Choice Charter School for Boys

Kyloni has truly embraced the spirit of the WORDS campaign when he helped a fellow scholar turn a bad day into a good day. Keep up the great work Kyloni!

 

March 2015 Grand Prize Winner

CONGRATULATIONS ZaeqwanCancer!  Zaeqwan received the most votes among the March entries, and he was awarded the prize pack at his school.  Great job to all of the participants, and we encourage you all to keep submitting your Acts of Kindness for another chance to win.  Please continue to send us your Acts of Kindness!

Zaeqwan Cancer - Grade 9 - Albany High School Zaeqwan has shown his commitment to the WORDS campaign by helping families carry strollers up and down stairs during the Hannaford's KidzExpo at Empire State Plaza. Great Job Zaeqwan!

Zaeqwan Cancer - Grade 9 - Albany High School

Zaeqwan has shown his commitment to the WORDS campaign by helping families carry strollers up and down stairs during the Hannaford's KidzExpo at Empire State Plaza. Great Job Zaeqwan!

 

February 2015 Grand Prize Winner

CONGRATULATIONS PAUL CRISCIONE!  Paul received the most votes among the February entries, and he was awarded the prize pack at his school.  Great job to all of the participants, and we encourage you all to keep submitting your Acts of Kindness for another chance to win.  Please continue to send us your Acts of Kindness!

Paul Criscione - Grade 8 - St Pius X School Paul has shown his commitment to the WORDS campaign by volunteering his time to help babysit, shovel and play with the kids of a neighbor who suffers from an illness. Great work Paul!

Paul Criscione - Grade 8 - St Pius X School

Paul has shown his commitment to the WORDS campaign by volunteering his time to help babysit, shovel and play with the kids of a neighbor who suffers from an illness. Great work Paul!

 

January 2015 Grand Prize Winner

CONGRATULATIONS WILLIAM CONNORS!  William received the most votes among the January entries, and he was awarded the prize pack at his school.  Great job to all of the participants, and we encourage you all to keep submitting your Acts of Kindness for another chance to win.  Please continue to send us your Acts of Kindness!

William Connors - Grade 6 – Bethlehem Central Middle School Will embraced the spirit of the WORDS campaign by helping the community. Will helped deliver a mini-van full of donations to homeless women veterans at the Guardian House. Great Job Will!

William Connors - Grade 6 – Bethlehem Central Middle School

Will embraced the spirit of the WORDS campaign by helping the community. Will helped deliver a mini-van full of donations to homeless women veterans at the Guardian House. Great Job Will!

 

December 2014 Grand Prize Winner

CONGRATULATIONS MCKENZIE MURPHY!  MCKENZIE received the most votes among the December entries, and she was awarded the prize pack at her school.  Great job to all of the participants, and we encourage you all to keep submitting your Acts of Kindness for another chance to win.  Please continue to send us your Acts of Kindness!

Mckenzie Murphy - Grade 4 at Westmere Elementary School - Guilderland School District Mckenzie encompassed the essence of the WORDS campaign by standing up for another student who w3as being bullied. Mckenzie was on the bus when another student was bullying her friend and she told that student to stop. Great Job Mckenzie!

Mckenzie Murphy - Grade 4 at Westmere Elementary School - Guilderland School District

Mckenzie encompassed the essence of the WORDS campaign by standing up for another student who w3as being bullied. Mckenzie was on the bus when another student was bullying her friend and she told that student to stop. Great Job Mckenzie!

 

November 2014 Grand Prize Winner

CONGRATULATIONS AMARI CADY!  AMARI received the most votes among the November entries, and she was awarded the prize pack at her school.  Great job to all of the participants, and we encourage you all to keep submitting your Acts of Kindness for another chance to win.  Please continue to send us your Acts of Kindness!

Amari Cady - Grade 12 at Albany High School Amari has shown her commitment to the WORDS campaign by volunteering her time at both the Ronald McDonald House and the Ronald McDonald Dental Care Van. Amari helps bring fresh laundry to different families, and helps provide fresh towels, a clean room, a perfectly made bed and an overall comfortable environment for the families at the Ronald McDonald House. When volunteering with the Dental Van, Amari picks up students to get their teeth checked, and provides them with goodie bags filled with dental care items. Great work Amari!

Amari Cady - Grade 12 at Albany High School

Amari has shown her commitment to the WORDS campaign by volunteering her time at both the Ronald McDonald House and the Ronald McDonald Dental Care Van. Amari helps bring fresh laundry to different families, and helps provide fresh towels, a clean room, a perfectly made bed and an overall comfortable environment for the families at the Ronald McDonald House. When volunteering with the Dental Van, Amari picks up students to get their teeth checked, and provides them with goodie bags filled with dental care items. Great work Amari!

 

October 2014 Grand Prize Winner

CONGRATULATIONS JACOB HALEY!  Jacob received the most votes among the October entries, and he was awarded the prize pack at his school.  Great job to all of the participants, and we encourage you all to keep submitting your Acts of Kindness for another chance to win.

Submission 4: Jacob Haley - 8th Grade at Lisha Kill Middle School Jacob displayed his dedication to the WORDS campaign by turning his own bullying experience into a positive example for others.  Jacob designed wrist bands that say “Stop Bullying.  The damage is infinite.” and then handed over 100 of them out at his school. Great work Jacob!

Submission 4: Jacob Haley - 8th Grade at Lisha Kill Middle School

Jacob displayed his dedication to the WORDS campaign by turning his own bullying experience into a positive example for others.  Jacob designed wrist bands that say “Stop Bullying.  The damage is infinite.” and then handed over 100 of them out at his school. Great work Jacob!