Safety Harbor, FL (September 23, 2014) – Lily Uline is 10 years old and already making an impact on her community in Safety Harbor. She wants to not only make a difference in her own community, but in the world by doing random acts of kindness. She started “Make Kindness Count” after her mom gave her $250 for Christmas and told her to give it away. “After seeing the impact I was making on people’s lives and the happiness that my small act of kindness had on them showed me how important it is,” said Uline.
On her 10th birthday, Uline decided to make “Make Kindness Count” cards and do random acts of kindness for people and hand them a card for them to do a random act of kindness to someone else. “I am a happiness ambassador and I want to change the world and would like to encourage others no matter what your age is to participate.”
Uline says acts of kindness can be anything from a thank you letter, spending time with someone or helping someone with chores. Uline gives examples of random act of kindness on her Facebook page Make Kindness Count. She is also helping nonprofits in the community by promoting their organizations in raising awareness for their needs. Uline promoted the Mattie Williams Neighborhood Family Center in Safety Harbor in a Facebook video encouraging people to bring in donations to their organization.
Uline also recently spoke to her local Rotary group and was on the Pete O’Shea Radio Show on WTIS AM 1110.
“My passion is to encourage others to do one small act of kindness every day. Imagine how much happiness you would spread in a lifetime,” says Uline.
For more information or to interview Lily: Contact Lily’s mom, Jodi Avery at 727.238.9660 or go to Lily’s Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/MakeKindnessCount to see stories and videos with random acts of kindness