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TEDPrize & PSCS Shout Out!

TEDPrize recently shined a major spotlight on the 2013 Compassion Games. Read below for an excerpt of the article, which highlights the chairman of Compassionate Seattle, Jon Ramor, and features a special shout out to Andy Smallman, the Secret Agents of Compassion, and PSCS! For the full article click here: TEDPrize An Interview with…

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PSCS Founder on Evening Magazine

On September 11, 2013 PSCS celebrated the kick-off of the International Compassion Games. PSCS Director, Andy Smallman is a major contributor and created the Secret Agent of Compassion game, one of the only games to be played in all participating cities and countries. Working in conjunction with Compassionate Seattle’s Jon Ramer, the Secret Agent of…

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PSCS in the Huffington Post

A Timely Interview With Jon Ramer About Creating Collective Compassion (Part 2) Huffington Post …“There’s a genius educator in Seattle who runs The Puget Sound Community School, and he’s been teaching kindness for years. He takes kids out and they perform random acts of kindness. For example, they go to the library and randomly put…

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What’s Good? PSCS, That’s What!

A couple weeks back a youth-based organization called “What’s Good 206” came in to PSCS to film Jon Ramer, creator of the Compassion Games and a guest speaker Andy had invited in. As it turns out, they became more interested in PSCS itself and created a short YouTube video based on what they saw (Jon’s…

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Let the Games Begin!

PSCS is thrilled to be included as a local organization supporting the upcoming Compassion Games, a Seattle-based initiative designed to promote a friendlier city that begin on Friday, September 21st and run through October 21st. On top of that, school director Andy Smallman has been recruited to lead a kindness activity as part of the…

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