6 Amazing Kids To Inspire You On Incredible Kid Day

Today is Incredible Kid Day! Kids sometimes seem very wise for their age, and they always have a way to make us laugh. Children tend to have the kindest hearts, and the children in the videos below are proof of that.


1) Elementary School Kids Raise Money for Pediatric Cancer

It's amazing when kids help other kids. These amazing elementary school kids did their part to raise money to help other kids with pediatric cancer. They made this possible by selling candy at their school and donating the money to Circle of Care. This organization helps families whose kids have cancer with non-medical needs. In this video, the children say how they met their goal.

2) Passion for Helping Others

Emily Inch has always had a passion for helping others. She has put together an organization that accepts donated shoes for children. She started her project when she received a $500 grant from Youth Service America. This 11-Year-Old is an incredible kid to honor today!

3) 10-Year-Old Raises Money for the Hearing Impaired

Ellen DeGeneres recognizes 10-year-old Braden Baker for wanting to raise money for those who can't afford hearing aids. Braden also has a hearing disability. When he learned that not everybody could buy hearing aids, he decided to make a change. Thanks to his GoFundMe page he was able to raise more money than his original goal.

4) Dance, Shake, Donate

Zoe Butchen is another incredible kid! She has inspired people to donate for people with Parkinson's Disease. She has always been a part of many charities and fundraisers, but once her father was diagnosed with Parkinson's she felt the need to raise awareness about the topic. She has managed to hold events and raise money for her cause at a young age, and she will continue on her amazing journey.

5) Young Boy Raises Money to Fund Depression Research

This 10-year-old boy sets an example for others. Shane Boylan lost his father to depression, and he doesn't want other kids to go through that pain. He teamed up with Hope for Depression Research Foundation to bring awareness to the many people that suffer from depression. Watch to see his unique way to spread the word about his mission.

6) Kids Share How To Be Healthy

These cute kiddos share their definition of what makes a person healthy. They share what they think will happen if you don't have a healthy routine, too. Their answers are sure to make you laugh. See if you fit their description of healthy and fit person.

These amazing and incredible kids are an inspiration to other kids and adults too. It is great to see the remarkable things they are capable of. We hope that you agree and will share their stories.

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