World Animal Hero Kids- A Global Outpouring of Positive Action by Compassionate and Engaged Youth
Los Angeles, California 11/02/2020 — World Animal Hero Kids Month showed a global outpouring of positive action by compassionate, engaged youth. Won’t you join us? www.animalherokids.org
The outpouring of love and compassion for animals globally for #animalherokidtober was massive. From preparing plant-based meals to the Kids in Distress (KID) residents who received plant-based meals prepared by the outgoing Celebrity Chef Jonny Nobones, thanks to a collaboration between Animal Hero Kids and Tofurky, In Alaska, 12-year-old Lilly makes catnip toys for shelter cats, Fort Lauderdale, Ella, 7, reads a story about a rescued pony to the rescued pony and in NY a group of socially distanced low-income youth record songs they created for Veganza Animal Hero Song Challenge.
You can take some of these initiatives from #animalherokidtobert to your local community this holiday.
Global — Kids reading to shelter and sanctuary animals (they’re also reading stories of animal rescue by youth from the “Animal Hero Kids Voices for the Voiceless” book.
— Veganza Animal Hero claymation video short is created by a young NY graduate filmmaker who was empowered when the Animal Hero Kids founder presented a kindness to all school program, when he was a preschooler.
— Youth speaking out on climate change via video messages
— Kids around the world support Joaquin Phoenix’s plea to change the world from your kitchen by asking their friends and family to try vegan https://vimeo.com/458264022
— — In rural Alaska, 12-year-old Lilly makes catnip toys for shelter cats
— — In Brazil, 11- year-old climate activist Brunna asks local restaurants to feature plant-based meals as Animal Hero Kids month specials
— — In Arizona, Kimaya, 7, distributes care packages for the homeless in Arizona
— — In Connecticut, 7-year-old Isabella and 9-year-old Savannah read to rescued farm animals at JP Farm Sanctuary (they will be surprised with Animal Hero Kids Awards during their reading)
— — In Los Angeles and South Florida a plant-based giveaway occurs for populations in need during #animalherokidtober
— — In North Carolina, siblings, Reid and Scarlett, 7 and 13 respectively, perform a parody of a Spice Girls song to inspire kinder choices.
— — In Fort Lauderdale, Ella, 7, reads a story about a rescued pony to the rescued pony
— — Animal Hero Kids Founder, Susan Hargreaves, surprises a Fort Lauderdale vegan restaurant owner with a “Kind2All Evolve” award for evolving toward earth-friendly, kinder choice, plant-based business
— — Zsa Zsa, 7, dances ballet with her rescued chickens
— — Josie, 13, will be creating an uplifting video message with Franny, the first rescued pig who has been registered as a therapy pig in Virginia
— -In NY a group of socially distanced low-income youth record songs they created for Veganza Animal Hero Song Challenge
— In Orlando Kids don hazmat suits and goggles to inform about the link between pandemics and animal-based agriculture
— In Japan an Animal Hero Kid interviews a vegan chef
— In Kenya an Animal Hero Kid will be standing with Greta on a Friday for the Future
— in Gainesville, Khendall, a 10year-old basketball player will be giving out free beyond sausage sandwiches
— In Connecticut new “Be an Animal Hero” virtual school program will be conducted during #AnimalHeroKidtober in Connecticut with students using the Animal Hero Kids book as a guide.
#AnimalHeroKidtober links and partners