In the frenzy of a classic birthday party with a shower of candy from the bursting piñata, we discover one disappointed young man without a single piece. Someone notices and transforms the memory from sour to sweet by _sharing_.
Pass It On.
A message from The Foundation for a Better Life.
Sharing. Pass It On!
Pass It On®
Michelle from California OCTOBER 11, 2020
This is a great idea whoever thought of pass it on. Thank you very much
korbin from Flower Mound AUGUST 24, 2020
The boy was sad because he didn't get candy, but the little girl noticed he was sad and shared her candy. she is a good role model
DG from Texas NOVEMBER 16, 2016
We see this - sharing - happen all the time when we have our family pinatas. It's how our kids learn! Keep it going.
Olivia from Pinehill Lane 21337 OCTOBER 24, 2016
Alexa SEPTEMBER 22, 2016
I actually had that happen to me once! I was at a birthday party when I was little and when the part with the pinata came, the other kids took all the candy before I got any! I was very sad! Nobody shared theirs with me, and I had to have the parents give me other candy that they had! I cannot believe how MEAN kids are these days! When I throw my kids parties, i'm going to make goodie bags instead of having a pinata! I don't want anyone feeling left out!