Sun Valley Elementary's Community Heroes





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Published on Jun 24, 2013

Busy mother of 3 boys under 8-years-old, San Rafael, Calif. parent Kala Shah struggled for ways to inspire her kids to be good people -- to be more community oriented. She wanted them to shift from "me" to "we". She wanted her kids to be more thoughtful. She was inspired by Go Inspire Go's GIG Spark (Lesson on Compassion) to create a Community Heroes Club. What happens next will inspire you to think about what you can do (to use your power) to inspire the child in your life to do something kind for others.

Learn more about Go Inspire Go Community Heroes at http://www.goinspirego.com/communityh...

About Go Inspire Go:
Go Inspire Go (GIG) is a multimedia platform that "Uses Social Networking to Inspire Social Change," encouraging viewers like you to "Use Their Powers -- Resources, Talents and Network -- to Help Others." Through blogs and videos, we uncover stories that will inspire you to "Discover and use your power to help others."

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