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 Hero to Heroes - OUR 10th GRANT WINNER = 5YO MAKING A DIFFERENCE FOR VETERANS - January 5th, 2017

tylerboxesMaryland: It’s not rare to find a 5 YO that wants to be a superhero when they grow up but what about one that already is?

Tyler Stallings took his dream to help others from cape to change last year. With the help of his Mom, Stallings wrote a book about a super kid who travels the world. He used proceeds from the sale of his book to advocate for a cause very near to his heroic heart = Veterans. In 2016 he held two Give Back to Veterans days and collected over $3,000 in supplies and donations. 

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Daisy Button Creator, Tracey Serebin shares her inspiration and motivation for working with the kids in the Clubhouse! December 11, 2016

 

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Making a Difference - Brick by Brick - 13YO wins $1000 grant to help abused kids “build” hope, December 6th, 2016

Folsom, CA: When 13 year old Lleyton Rutz first got involved with BrickDreams ™ it was because his Dad, a tennis pro, has collected tons of tennis ball tubes. He was looking for something positive to do with them and discovered BrickDreams needed cans to distribute their legos in. Over time and many hours of service, Lleyton grew to love the mission and the difference he could see it making for so many kids. In fact, he loved it so much that he didn’t even need to think twice when he was asked to run BrickDreams!

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Let’s Blanket Them In Love - Sisters win $1000 grant to grow their mission for warmth, connection and giving back, November 13, 2016

Ada, Oklahoma: Happy, warm and safe on their way to their local state fair, sisters Maddie and Morgan Manning noticed a homeless person nearby who didn’t appear to feel any of those things. Feeling confident they had been given so much so they could give to others, they set out with huge hearts and skilled hands to try and serve those less fortunate in their community.In the last two years that single tug at their heartstrings has led to them creating and donating 491 blankets, 230 scarves, 581 hats, and 102 pairs of socks....

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CHARITIES STARTED BY KIDS UNITE TO INSPIRE YOUTH PHILANTHROPY October 13, 2016

Daisy Button Believes, a new networking site for kids ages 8-15, recently teamed up with Kayla Cares 4 Kids ™, Simon Says Give® and Warm Winters ™with the mission to ignite 1000 kids into their charity causes over the next year...

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SEEING IS BELIEVING! 13YO WINS $1,000 GRANT TO HELP KIDS STAY OPTIMISTIC & ENTERTAINED IN THE HOSPITAL, October 6, 2016

Rhode Island: Most 13 year olds like to take a break from friends and school to watch movies and play video games but when Torrin Thorp was required to spend a lot of time in the hospital for Asthma, that became the only thing he could do for a while. Thorp began to look forward to and rely on the entertainment there to get through some painful, challenging procedures. His brother also went through surgery around the same time and had a similar experience. Being at the hospital so often they would both quickly reach the bottom of the movie and video game options and wished for more of a selection. Thorp wanted to take action to change this and encourage the friends he made that were still in the hospital too....

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13 YO Packed with Purpose Wins $1000 Grant to Expand Her Charity to Foster Kids! September, 2016

Phoenix, AZ; Kaitlyn Martinez, just 13 years old, created Backpacks 4 Kids last year after one of her friends failed a writing assignment because she did not have pencils and paper at home and was too embarrassed to tell the teacher. It made her start wondering how many other kids are failing for the same reason. With some help from her mom, she created a Facebook page, and then asked her school, church and friends if she could set up donation boxes. After one summer of her school supply drive she collected enough to fill 175 backpacks...

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PAPER POWER! $1000 GRANT PROVIDES TEEN WITH JOURNALS FOR HIGH SCHOOL KIDS WITH STRESS, August 8th, 2016

Parker, CO: A Philanthropic social networking club for kids called Daisy Button Believes issued its fifth $1000 grant to 18-year-old Nicole Steiner from Colorado. A year ago, Steiner noticed a lot of kids in her school struggling with stress and anxiety. She had always used writing and drawing as a way to get her own emotions out and decided it would likely work for many of her classmates too. She began collecting journals and handing them out with the reminder that they don’t need to keep their emotions bottled up inside. Getting their thoughts and feelings out onto paper...

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ONE IN A MILLION DIAGNOSIS TURNS 15YO INTO A GIVING MACHINE! July, 2016

Zephyrhills, FL; San Diego, CA: Kaila Mellos, age 15 is a one-in-a-million kid in more ways than one. In 2009, she was diagnosed with Chronic Recurrent Multifocal Osteomyelitis (CRMO), a painful auto-inflammatory bone disease. This diagnosis is rare - 1 in a million. After seeing there was little support for CRMO and the kids effected...

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Super kid giving back receives $1,000 to feed the homeless, June 3rd, 2016

Spokane, WA: A Philanthropic social networking club for kids called Daisy Button Believes issued its third grant this month to 8-year-old Violet Humble as a way of rewarding kids making a big difference in the world. Humble, who struggles with chronic immune troubles and a heart condition was inspired to give back to the homeless in her community as a way of taking her mind off the trips her family would make to the hospital...

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Our first grant winner gets noticed in Florida! April, 2016

Zephyrhills, FL; Daisy Button Believes, a philanthropic networking site for kids ages 8-12, recently issued its first $1000 grant to a kid making a big difference in the world. The grant went to Brooke Thomas of the Thomas Promise Foundation based out Zephyrhills, FL. She started the Thomas Promise Foundation in 2012 when she was just 8 years old in order to help feed the hungry kids in her school. She began making backpacks full of food for them to take home...

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New social media site for kid dreamers Grants it's second $1,000 award. May 6th, 2016

Zephyrhills, FL; Daisy Button Believes, a philanthropic networking site for kids ages 8-12, just issued another $1000 grant to an exceptional kid making a big difference in the world. The grant went to 13-year-old Sally Campbell out of Zephyrhills, FL. Campbell began working as a volunteer and later became a junior board member for an organization known as S.O.C.K.S.

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Helping Hands Press-Release April 11th, 2016

DaisyButtonBelieves.com launched in February and is a FREE social networking service where kids focused on philanthropy can access resources, funding and like-minded friends. Kids create an account and can post and share about struggles and triumphs, research topics for their charity, ask questions to kids who have already been successful and to business experts.

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Team up to dream up! April 11th, 2016

Tracey Serebin, a children’s author, is the founder of Daisy Button Believes. She created the site after her own experience working with kids for over 10 years, providing tools for success. She has written a series of entrepreneurial books called Daisy Button Adventures and then developed a comprehensive on-line curriculum for 4th to 6th graders that accompanied it. Her program was picked up by 5 schools in New Jersey...

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