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Acts of Kindness: We crash a school assembly to surprise an Angel with Attitude

12 Days of Kindness continues

When Liz Herd’s son Josh took his own life after battling bipolar disorder, she turned her shock and grief into positive action. 

She made it her mission to help those battling mental illness by starting a group called Angels with Attitude, which donates useful gifts and items to people in psychiatric facilities, addiction programs and on the street.

Sudbury.com’s 12 Days of Kindness continues today at Valley View Public School where Liz Herd is an adored kindergarten teacher. 

Watch as we crash an assembly at the school to surprise Madame Herd!

Make sure to check back to Sudbury.com every weekday morning until Dec. 23 as we surprise 12 worthy people with a little kindness just in time for the holidays.

Click here to watch more of our AOK videos.

Do you know someone who is deserving of an act of kindness? Nominate them to be Sudbury.com next Acts of Kindness recipient at Sudbury.com/AOK.

For more information about Angels with Attitude visit them on Facebook.