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After a video of a disgusting “prank” ice bucket challenge targeting a 15-year-old Ohio boy with autism went viral earlier this month, there has been a massive show of support to him from complete strangers, local police officers and even celebrities.
But perhaps the best message of support and kindness so far has come from the children and staff at Little Star Center, a non-profit based in Carmel, Indiana who provide therapy for kids with autism.
The kids and their counselors created what they decided to call a “nice bucket” for the Ohio teen. Everyone wrote a kind hearted note and placed it in the bucket, which was then filled with candy and fun little gifts and sent to the boy, to show him how many people support him.
It’s so nice to see people coming together to show some love, and to try to right other people’s wrongs.
Read more: http://viralnova.com/nice-bucket/