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Be Kind
By Mark F. Zintel  July, 2018 ©2018 Mark Zintel, Inc. Have you ever seen that viral video of the man on a busy street with the "Free Hugs" sign?  Total strangers kept walking up to the guy, taking him up on it. With all the trouble in the world and in our own back yard, here's something very pleasant.  My wife and I prefer to support local non profit organizations so we can actually see local results.  The Kind Mouse in St. Pete helps local families in need, providing food & household items, with great volunteers and not a lot of overhead. One of the ways they raise funds is by selling their t-shirts. My wife buys these to help the Kind Mouse and gives them as gifts to help spread the word. (She is known by some  as, "P.R. Beth.") I was wearing mine during a bike ride a few days ago, a rolling billboard of sorts, and stopped for a rest in front of an eatery.  A couple came out and the woman said, "Be kind," walked up to me, gave me a hug and went on to their car. I asked if she worked with the Kind Mouse and she said, "No.  But your shirt said to be kind!" If there was ever a good time to try on one of these shirts, this is it.  Be kind! (You can order on the Kind Mouse events page HERE.)
(Influencer article - Nonprofit fundraising)
© 2018 Mark Zintel, Inc.
Be Kind (Influencer Article - Nonprofit fundraising) By Mark F. Zintel  July, 2018 ©2018 Mark Zintel, Inc. Have you ever seen that viral video of the man on a busy street with the "Free Hugs" sign?  Total strangers kept walking up to the guy, taking him up on it. With all the trouble in the world and in our own back yard, here's something very pleasant.  My wife and I prefer to support local non profit organizations so we can actually see local results.  The Kind Mouse in St. Pete helps local families in need, providing food & household items, with great volunteers and not a lot of overhead. One of the ways they raise funds is by selling their t-shirts. My wife buys these to help the Kind Mouse and gives them as gifts to help spread the word. (She is known by some  as, "P.R. Beth.") I was wearing mine during a bike ride a few days ago, a rolling billboard of sorts, and stopped for a rest in front of an eatery.  A couple came out and the woman said, "Be kind," walked up to me, gave me a hug and went on to their car. I asked if she worked with the Kind Mouse and she said, "No.  But your shirt said to be kind!" If there was ever a good time to try on one of these shirts, this is it.  Be kind! (You can order on the Kind Mouse events page HERE.)