Helice Bridges – Difference Maker

Helice Bridges Book Continuing the series of happenstance podcasts from the National Speakers Association 2007 Conference in San Diego, I sat down with Helice “Sparky” Bridges who told me about her amazing blue ribbon campaign ‘Who I Am Makes a Difference’. This campaign involves an incredible 26 million school children around the globe.

Helice is the winner of the 2005 Gandhi Nonviolence Award and the author of the book by that title which is filled with heartwarming true stories that reflect the need for acknowledgement, love and gratitude by children everywhere. Something as simple as the blue ribbon acknowledgement process has saved more lives than we’ll most likely ever know. Being pinned with a blue ribbon often is the most encouraging experience some kids will ever encounter.

In this interview Helice discusses her vision for the Blue Ribbon campaign and some of the ways that leaders in churches, schools, businesses and neighborhood organizations can get involved. More details are on the blueribbons website and Helice can be contacted at 760-753-0963.

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Helice is one of the most dynamic people I have ever encountered. With her guidance a group of people are putting together an amazing event to raise money to teach kids the program she has created to spread positivity and love throughout the world.

-John V



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