With so much happening in the world—not to mention an ongoing pandemic—we could all benefit from witnessing some extra kindness.
Comedian and actor Kevin Hart has partnered with Osmo, an award-winning creator of STEAM games, to make this happen. As Chief Kindness Officer, Hart—who is a father of four, including two toddlers—brings holiday joy to children and parents across the country through a series of holiday surprises.
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"I'm here because Osmo said they needed some heart, so I've decided to provide them with this heart, Kevin Hart. I'm here to provide some smiles and happiness over the holidays," the funny man announced while holding his 1-year-old daughter Kaori.
Osmo's educational toys are used in more than 50,000 classrooms and 2.5 million homes and focus on expanding children's access to science, technology, engineering, art and math, or STEAM, without losing the benefits of hands-on play. Kids can pair an Osmo toy with their computers or tablets to reap the learning benefits of both.
In his role, Hart will surprise families across the country with smiles, cheer, and free toys!
"My friends at @playosmo asked me how we could team up this year to bring some joy, HEART .... and HART to you parents, our household heroes. We teamed up and surprised some lucky fans to win a huge prize pack filled with Osmo, that guilt-free screen time for all of our kids," Hart wrote on his Instagram video.
As part of this role, Hart surprised the three WinOsmo Household Heroes selected in Osmo's holiday giveaway in mid-November. You can see the joy on their faces as they received the unexpected celebrity call and the news that they'd won the #PlayOsmo Holiday Pack, which includes an Osmo, iPad or Amazon Fire Tablet, and all Osmo games.
Rumor has it, kindness is contagious. We're all eager to see what's next.
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