Kindness for Callie

picture of kindness

Kindness for Callie is a project designed to spread random acts of kindness in memory of our daughter, Callie Marie, who passed away in January of 2012 due to complications from a genetic disorder called Neonatal Marfan Syndrome.  We created this page to make a log of all of the sunshiny acts of kindness that have been performed in her memory.

If you would like to participate, you can do so by simply doing something nice for someone else and spreading the love!  Please feel free to pass out our Kindness for Callie cards to the recipients of your kind act in the hopes that they too will go forth and do something nice for the next person they encounter.  Click on the following link for Kindness for Callie cards:

Kindness for Callie–  cards for printing!

Wanting to share your act of kindness?  Please fill out the form below to let us know about it!  If you’d like to remain anonymous, just mention it in the comment section and we will be sure to respect your wishes.

Thanks for your love and support!

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