Tell Your Story

Tell us about where you found a Ben’s Bell, and what it meant to you.

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” Went on a hike with my 2 girls Emerson (9) and Faith (7) and they spotted it. We wanted others to enjoy it as well so instead of taking it home we took a picture to remind us of our kindness find. Thank you for the beautiful treat! ❤️ “

– Diane

 

” During this awful and scary time, of Corona virus and social distancing. Today, our family decided to go on a walk and bike ride together. To manage the stress, fear and make time to count our blessings, we have been taking daily walks to soak up the sun, fresh air and exercise a little. And today I spotted it, I spotted a Ben’s Bell dangling from the Mesquite tree’s twisted, worn and strong trunk by the Butterfly Garden during our walk! It brightened our day, I captured a photo to remember the sweet moment and feelings of kindness and Hope it provided! We left it there hoping it will go home with someone else. We Hope that COVID-19 ends, hope that we will spread more kindness and continue to trust that He’s got this. Thank you! “

– Mollie & Bethany

 

” When I came to my office before the covid -19 I smiled as I saw Ben’s bells on my door. My therapy dog “Dakota” occupy the office. It is a place for students to come and find some love and comfort hanging out with Dakota. I don’t know who put the bells on my door but now more than ever I am truly grateful. Stay safe and well.”

– Carole

” I had a follow up appointment to discuss possible treatment following a lumpectomy a few weeks ago. My husband and I arrived early and parked in the patient parking garage. I waited there, knowing that covid -19 concerns would limit the number of people waiting inside. My husband got out of the car to stretch….and the bell was hanging right by our car. All of a sudden I felt a great lifting of anxiety and a sense of comfort that was totally inexplicable. I was not at all surprised a bit later to receive good news about my prognosis. And I will treasure that bell for a long time as a talisman of health and joy. Thank you with all my heart.”

– Barabara Williams

“I work in a Radiology health facility During very tough times ofCovid Saw Bens Bells hanging on our shrub in the parking lot Went out and got it It’s absolutely beautiful and had brightened my heart and my day.. Thanks to whom ever left it I plan on going your movement 💕”

– Lore White