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Bluebird Awards aims to improve the physical, mental and social well-being for Covid-19 wounded children
Bluebird Awards enables children and teen-age youth to experience extra-curricular activities and learning opportunities.
Emotional wellness in childhood helps a child socialize and cope with the obstacles and challenges of life. Mental health includes the ability to learn and grow from experiences.
Mentally and emotionally healthy children are focused, flexible, and creative enabling them to develop Positive Mental Attitudes (PMA).
Caregivers lost to Covid-19 has dramatically increased mental health issues for children, youth and young adults leaving them with crushed spirits.
Bluebird Awards opens doors for wounded children to understand their power to achieve.
One bluebird award can be the key to unlocking a child's potential to strive and succeed during good times and bad.
First responders & Frontline Healthcare Workers lead the fight.
Donald Beauchene Jr. was a Medical First Responder in Warren, Ohio working for the City of Warren fire department.
Yolanda Coar was a 40 year old Front line Nurse manager
when she when she died of Covid-19 in August, 2020 in Augusta, Georgia.