How One Mum’s Tragic Baby Loss Sparked A Global Kindness Movement

On Christmas Eve in 1994, just a few months after the death of her daughter Cheyenne during childbirth, Dr Joanne Cacciatore had a sudden impulse to buy toys.Through tears, she purchased 14 presents and delivered them spontaneously to a daycare…

The Huffington Post: UK Politics
12/01/2018 15:14
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