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A sad face is one of the most recognizable signs of sadness or loss, disappointment or feeling bummed out. But for some, it can represent a far more complex range of emotions.
By providing kids with the support and tools they need, we can help ensure all kids feel the hope and the uplifting spirit of a rainbow.
A letter is a thoughtful investment in someone’s time and feelings. In today’s hyper connected world, it’s an opportunity to slow down and embrace how words never seem to carry the same meaning as they do on paper.
What fills a heart is unique to each person, whether it’s love, family, friendships, learning or giving back in some way, we all find purpose in different things.
The happy face is one of the most recognizable signs of pure joy, often representing feelings of happiness, satisfaction, well wishes and humor.
Sometimes we just want to be heard. To know someone is on the other line, listening. A phone call is a way to show support, to nurture, to reach out.
For some, question mark means a feeling of confusion or a fear of the unknown. For others, a question mark means a sense of curiosity, or looking for a way to help — to give others the hope they need to move forward and start a conversation so that each question asked can find an answer.
A symbol of several significant moments in history, and still significant today, the peace sign means many things: calmness, grounded, or rational thinking.
Warmness, radiance, happiness. Sunshine can be awakening, directional and a blanket of warmth.