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Our Impact Is Multi-Layered

Our first edition of the Compassion 4 Change book was released in June of 2018. We joined forces with high school students in Spring, TX to create a compassion filled, empowering edition for school age children in Foster Care. The book reached children across the United States through collaborative efforts of various organizations and proved that empowering students and communities to spread compassion and hope to others in turn provided them with a greater awareness of the needs of others and the profound impact they can have to compassionetly take action.

 

Impact on Recipients and Organizations

Collaborating with nationwide organizations who work directly with the specific focus of our editions allows us to gain knowledge and a better insight to the emotional needs of the recipient of the book. When organizations work together we are all able to better serve the needs of our communities and the individuals we advocate for. Offering a book of kindness and empowering the recipient to know they matter to the world has the ability to shift the way they view and move forward with their current set of circumstances.


Impacting Our Youth

By collaborating with high school and college students to participate in the books creation and distribution, students gain the ability to reach out beyond themselves and recognize the needs of others before their own. By providing them the tools to be of service, they gain the wisdom of knowing we are all connected, what affects one affects us all, making for a more conscious, compassionate existence.


Impacting A Global Community

C4C Books offer a global call to action to caring, compassionate individuals who would like to offer a personal note of encouragement and/or an original doodle or line art to be included in editions of the books. We receive countless submissions from caring people all over the globe to participate in compassionetly connecting and creating change for others. Our foster care edition even included an encouraging note from adoptive father; Governor of Texas, Greg Abbott.