A Boston teen is making and handing out “kindness kits” to kids in hospitals and shelters. Connor Wright started passing out the goodie bags during the pandemic. He created a nonprofit called Connor’s Kindness Project and set a goal to hand out 1,000 kindness kits.
Well, we’re happy to report that the now 13-teen-year has blown way past his original goal and has delivered over 1,800 kits!
The kits include things like Play-Doh, slime and various toys and games to help pass the time. Connor says seeing the faces on the kids when he shows up with the kits makes it all worth it.