Found this video on a my friend Deus’ Facebook wall, where he described the video by saying: “At first it got me smiling really big. Then i got teary-eyed. But i’m still smiling.”
And I felt the exact same thing.
It’s really enjoyable to see kids let their imagination run free, and so heartwarming to see the big kids, the ones who didn’t just become grown ups who forgot all about wonder, awe and dreams, help nurture these ideas and encourage kids to come up with even bigger ideas.
With Caine Monroy’s creativity and resourcefulness, and Nirvan Mullick’s selfless desire to share Caine’s story, they created a great example of the power of storytelling. :)
And what began as a little known story has been a catalyst for movement to help develop this spirit of entrepreneurship in children.
The Goldhirsh Foundation is giving us a grant of up to $250k to create and fund the “Caine’s Arcade Foundation”. Our mission will be: To find, foster and fund innovation and entrepreneurship in kids. They are giving us one dollar for every dollar donated to Caine… $167k so far :)
- via Interconnected
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