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    Posted April 2, 2014 by
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    Elementary School Students are rewarded for Acts of Kindness through Valley Cycle for Success Program

     
    Subway Kids & Sports of Arizona, in partnership with Subway Restaurants of Arizona, Dasani Water, Shamrock Farms and The Be Kind People Project, rode into Loma Linda Elementary School located at 2002 E. Clarendon Avenue in Phoenix to recognize two special students as part its Cycle for Success program. Through a teacher-led nomination process, wherein educators are asked to submit nominations highlighting students’ good works both inside and outside of the classroom, third-grader Mario Valdez and fourth-grader Kayle Balanzar were chosen to be surprised with bikes, helmets and locks, as well as Subway lunches for their entire classes.

    The Cycle for Success program has been operating for more than 10 years and focuses on increasing children’s self-esteem, encouraging the community to become involved in the lives of at-risk children and promoting random acts of kindness in local schools. Subway Kids & Sports of Arizona and The Be Kind People Project advocate for the health and safety of children, recognize random acts of kindness that may otherwise go unnoticed, and encourage community involvement in the lives of at-risk youth.

    Subway Kids & Sports of Arizona’s mission is to provide sports equipment, uniforms, registration fees and access to major sporting events for kids who might not otherwise be able to participate. Subway Restaurants of Arizona supports kids in sports because it believes basic sports skills -- teamwork, commitment and accountability -- help kids throughout their lives. Subway Kids & Sports of Arizona has reached more than 25,000 Arizona children since its inception in 1999.

    For more information, please visit Facebook.com/SubwayKidsandSportsofArizona.



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