What Does The Smile Project Mean to You? Part 2
In celebration of our 11th birthday on November 9, we asked you what The Smile Project means to you. I was really touched by your comments and notes and wanted to share a few in today’s blog post. However, as I was reviewing the anonymous survey, I remembered another survey we did in 2016. Almost 100 people responded to that survey and with a little digging, I was able to pull upon the responses. Six years later, and still the support of this community is unlike anything else. Thank you for 11 years of love. Enjoy part 2 on what The Smile Project means to you in your words.
The Smile Project is making sure you take some time every day to think of something positive and help others.
The Smile Project is encouragement at its best and it is truly heartfelt.
The Smile Project is designed to recognize the happiness in the simpleness (and sometimes not so simpleness) of life.
The Smile Project means "awareness" to me.
The Smile Project is something that brings smiles to the faces of any and every person. It is a feel good project that makes humanity just that much more bearable.
I see The Smile Project as a movement—a movement to make the world a better and happier place for everyone.
The Smile Project is a commitment to always trying to find the happiness in every day.
I absolutely LOVE The Smile Project. It's really opened my eyes to everything I have to be grateful for and everything that makes me happy. I am a much happier person, and I have The Smile Project to thank. Now I'm trying to spread that to my friends in hopes that they, too, will be able to open their eyes to a much better perspective on life. So thank you, for making a difference in my life.