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Ben’s Bell: A Symbol of Hope and Healing

In the last 18 years we have hung over 70,000 Ben's Bells all around the world. Each bell has its own story and reminds us that intentional acts of kindness positively impact people in our...

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Supporting the Community During the Pandemic

Supporting the Community During the Pandemic

Meet El Rio Health Employees, this week's Ben's Bells Project #Bellee! Nancy Johnson nominated them for their work supporting the community during the pandemic. Since March 11, 2020, the employees...

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Keeping Tucson Clean

Keeping Tucson Clean

Meet Rene Luera, this week's Ben's Bells Project #Bellee! Bonnie Darby nominated Rene for his service to a local neighborhood.   Rene is my Waste Management recycle truck driver. I just moved into...

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Making Masks to Keep the Public Safe

Making Masks to Keep the Public Safe

Meet Amy Kidd, this week's Ben's Bells Project #Bellee! Lynn Bultman nominated Amy for making masks for the community.   I am Amy's mom, and I'm so proud of her face mask-making project. In the last...

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Being a Role Model for Kindness

Being a Role Model for Kindness

Meet Kim Ward-Morelos, this week's @bensbells #Bellee! Victor Hightower nominated Kim for her work with Gospel Rescue Mission. I've known Kim for almost eight years. I reported indirectly to her at...

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Kindness to Others

Kindness to Others

Last month we focused on becoming aware of our self-critical thoughts by noticing them and practicing self-kindness. To be kind to others, we must learn how to be kind to ourselves. This month we're...

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Volunteering to Help Children and Families

Volunteering to Help Children and Families

Meet Mary Ann Martin, this week's @bensbells #Bellee! Dayle Lansman nominated Mary Ann for her work as a Court Appointed Special Advocate. Mary Ann has been a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)...

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