Compassion Games International: ‘Survival of the Kindest’
Inspires, engages community spirit
ORANGE COUNTY, CA, April 3, 2013 Originating as a friendly competition between Seattle WA and Louisville KY, each designated “Compassionate Cities,” the Compassion Games issues a challenge of “Survival of the Kindest” where all help one another other to “win.”
“Spring Trials begin on May 4th and 5,th during S.A.R.A.H.’s 5th annual Weekend of Compassion with Big Sunday,” noted Sande Hart, Founder of the women’s interfaith community building organization S.A.R.A.H., which first brought Big Sunday to Orange County in 2009, “those who join the competition will be preparing to take part in the Compassion Games set for 9/11-9/21” Over a thousand volunteers plan to be engaged in acts of kindness and community service ranging from giving blood, cleaning up beaches, collecting food for local pantries, donating household and toiletry items for Laura’s House and other local shelters and services, making and distributing blankets, and offering “Free Listening” in designated public spaces, among others.
Additional volunteers are needed ages 5 to 105.
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