Got one of these? Keep the kindness going, here’s how: 1. Write down your card number somewhere you won’t lose it. (If you lose it, use TBD) 2. Do something nice for someone. 3. Give that person your card. 4. Go to moore-love.org and click on “I gave a card,” then fill out the form telling us what you did 5. If you want to
This week is marks the start of the 2nd annual Moore Love Pass it On campaign at The Gregory School in West Orange, New Jersey. Students got their cards yesterday and kindness is already spreading. One 4th grader said he helped an elderly woman get out of her car and held her hand so she wouldn’t fall walking through the snow. Keep the kindness going!
Hello! We’re so excited to see each and everyone of you at the Vineyards on Saturday! And we do mean everyone, more than 100 people have registered, so it promises to be a fabulous evening! Just a few nitty gritty details: • If you haven’t been able to figure out PayPal or another form of payment, you can bring cash or a check made out
Good wine, good food, good music, a good cause and your Valentine … who could ask for more? Enjoy Award-winning Texas wines, heavy hors d’oeuvres From J5 Steak House and Music By Michael Samuels. There won’t be a silent auction, but you can buy bottle/s of any wine you like to take home and enjoy—20 percent of wine sales and 100 percent of ticket proceeds go
Moore Love at Gregory school ended on Valentine’s day with a school-wide pizza party (many thanks to Christi and Brian Hays from Texas!), but the kind acts haven’t stopped—and we hope they just keep going, and going, and going! One third-grader from Gregory donated his birthday money to the West Orange Music Scholarship Fund at so students who wouldn’t other-wise have money to pursue their interest
Congratulations Gregory School students! It’s day 6 of Moore Love at Gregory and your school has brightened the day and warmed the hearts of 100 people by spreading 100 acts of kindness. At least one Gregory School kindness card traveled as far as Hawaii, others have been passed along a little closer to home: Maplewood, South Orange and New York City. Keep up the good