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WHO NEEDS KINDNESS? Little Hands, Big Hearts earns nonprofit designation

August 15, 2014

Madelyn Born is one of several children involved in a new nonprofit group that focuses on acts of kindness. Little Hands, Big Hearts recently earned its 501C3 status.

COLUMBIA CITY — Little Hands, Big Hearts, Great Starts, Inc. recently announced the organization has gained its 501 C3 designation, qualifying the group as a nonprofit. Little Hands is located in Columbia City, and is designed to teach children, prior to beginning kindergarten, how to have an impact on the community and themselves with daily hands-on acts of kindness.

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