3 Real Life Inspiring Kids Will Melt Your Heart in New Grow Bolder Documentary Series

3 Real Life Inspiring Kids Will Melt Your Heart in New Grow Bolder Documentary Series

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Earlier in 2018, Universal Parks & Resorts launched the Grow Bolder campaign to encourage kids to take a stand, to be bold and fearless. As the narrator states in the TV spot, “fearless kids aren’t born… they’re made.” We challenge your heart not to melt when reading about these three inspiring kids.  

Charlotte, 10, the entrepreneur and philanthropist

Three years ago, Charlotte created ‘Stitches by Charlotte’ where hand sewn dolls are donated to children needing comfort before facing scary medical procedures –something she knows all too well having experienced multiple procedures to repair a cleft palate early in her life.

Watch Charlotte’s inspiring story here:

Robbie, 11, the National Park activist

Last year, Robbie Bond learned that some of his favorite national parks and monuments were being threatened, so he took a bold stand. At 9 years old, Robbie founded a non-profit called Kids Speak for Parks to inspire others to speak up to save America’s parks and monuments for generations to come.

Watch Robbie’s full story:

Hannah, 17, the fearless cyclist

For the first ten years of her life, Hannah Jordan lived in hospitals, sleeping over 20 hours a day as she was living with a glucose deficiency disease, but that doesn’t stop her from achieving her dreams. Watch Hannah’s brave adventure as she’s known as “The Hannibal”, aspiring Olympic cyclist.  

Watch Hannah’s full story:

We don’t know about you, but we’re definitely inspired! Tell us about someone you know who is inspiring you to Grow Bolder in the comments below.

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4 comments

  1. Benjamin

    The pure truth and honesty that resonates out of these kids is amazing, their reasons for what they do is so pure, I am completely in awe.

  2. Thuy nguyen

    Infinitely impressive!!! Make me wants to do more for myself and others.

  3. Ronald Kaylor

    They seem so mature for their age and the insight and drive they have is amazing. Shared with a teen I know for the past 3 years has had surgeries and dealing with several medical conditions such as cerebral palsy and she asks why me? We are bringing them to Universal in the Summer 2019 and she is so worried about getting healthy enough to go and gets discouraged and this, I think, will be a big inspiration to her to help her push forward and especially the two girls with medical issues. Great Stories!!