Bangladesh relies heavily on the textile industry. But when Covid lockdowns forced the closure of many retailers, a surplus of stock accumulated in the textile factories and factory workers suffered. Enter Lost Stock. This Scottish company launched an initiative where UK residents can order a mystery box of clothing. The net result: factory workers are profiting from the surplus of merchandise and money is distributed to families in need. Through their partnership, Lost Stock and the SAJIDA Foundation are “spreading health, happiness and dignity for all.”
A child’s first day of kindergarten is a big deal. Emotions run amuck. Parents can be as anxious as their children. But this little ditty by kindergarten teacher Dwayne Reed is sure to put everyone at ease.
Mornings can be hectic. Getting the kids to school on time can be a challenge. Navigating the school parking lot can be a nightmare. So this Ohio elementary school found a way to keep parents calm — and even amused — during the morning drop off, with a pop culture flashback.
Unbeknownst to many, a smartphone can be a very useful resource to someone who is blind. This CNIB program is helping to put smartphones in the hands of those with vison loss, who otherwise may not be able to access a phone. Learn more about the program here.
Canine pals: all are welcome. Awwwww.
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