Communities in Schools of Benton Franklin are hosting a campaign sharing Random Acts of Kindness to honor people helping others. The organization serves students in Pasco, Kennewick, Richland, and Prosser. The campaign runs through the end of February.

Erich Bolz is the Project Spokesperson and a CIS Board Member.

The goal of CISBF is to help students stay in school and to succeed in life. The support can range from delivering food, to teaching students or parents how to navigate the internet for at-home learning. A family may need a safe residence.

Everyone needs help from time to time, and TODAY is the time to HONOR the people who have helped YOU. I remember being at the grocery store and the shopper ahead of me paid $20 toward my bill. So, in turn, I paid it forward to the shopper next in line, after me. Maybe you've had a neighbor shovel your sidewalk or driveway. These are RANDOM ACTS of KINDNESS that the Communities in Schools of Benton Franklin want to hear about.

The CIS Board of Directors invites you to support the work of CIS in the Tr-Cities region and at the same time make a donation to honor the person, organization, or business helping you get over a bump in life.

You're invited to visit the online link below to read local stories, make a donation, and share your own story.

Communities in Schools of Benton Franklin Random Acts of Kindness campaign will be accepting stories and donations through the end of the month. You can learn more here.

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