Alisha from Mesa, AZ on March 27, 2014 wrote:
I'm one of Ethan's neighbors. I remember the day me and two other neighborhood kids helped Ethan learn to ride his bike. He was the happiest kid ever that day. He inspired me so much that I started training to be a firefighter and helping others in their hardest times of loss and grief. Every day...
William R Bertam from Verrado, Buckeye, AZ, USA on March 27, 2014 wrote:
I did not participate in giving. But I would like to thank the gentleman who paid for my gas at the gas station in Mesa. And then gave me a paper with the website on it. His random act of kindness was appreciated even though I was in awe of the situation.
Lucy Feuerstein from Chandler, AZ, USA on March 26, 2014 wrote:
I helped a stranded friend out, followed her to the gas station and paid for her gas. I then thanked her for helping me do an "errand for Ethan." I let someone go ahead of me at the grocery store. I made a conscious effort to be extra courteous to other drivers on the road.
Jessica from Stephens City, VA 22655, USA on March 26, 2014 wrote:
I just heard about this today from a coworker and thought it was such an awesome way to carry on a sweet boys legacy. I was grabbing some dinner at Chickfila tonight and along with my food purchased a gift card. There was a family inside and instead of walking over, I decided to leave the gift...
Jennifer Wages from 3, VA, USA on March 26, 2014 wrote:
Bought some cookies from a local bakery and left them with a note encouraging people to take a free cookie and pass it on to someone else to brighten their day (the owner of the bakery generously donated additional cookies when she learned about Ethan), took some flowers to friends in a nursing...