Libby Ruge's mums are determined their daughter's kindness will live on, after the 19-year-old's tragic death last year.
"There has to be a bigger purpose for her," mum Julie Ruge said.
"Something good has to come out of what happened."
Libby passed away in November 2020, after she was hit by a car while walking on the footpath in Wollongong.
Ms Ruge at first wasn't sure what to do for Libby's legacy.
"It wasn't suicide, it wasn't drink driving, she was walking along with her friends and got hit by a car," she said.
"But we are still her parents and want to continue to make her proud."
A few weeks before her death, Libby and her best friend got matching "bee kind" tattoos.
Libby was also working a number of jobs, including two at dental clinics.
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After her death letters and emails began to pour in sharing Libby's acts of kindness, and her mums knew what to do in her memory.
"I had no idea about all the people she had touched," Ms Ruge said.
"Now I realise she was out there sprinkling her little bit of magic everywhere.
"She hoped to be a dentist - she'd seen the way it changed people's lives, and she wanted to give that confidence to everybody."
Ms Ruge and Ms Harrison came up with the BeeKindLikeLibby inititative, to raise funds for the Libby Ruge Smile Foundation.
The Libby Ruge Smile Foundation will work with young people to help them afford dental rehabilitiation, in partnership with South Coast Smiles and My Dental Team in Shellharbour.
They publicly launched the initiative at a special event in Coniston on Saturday.
Libby's boxing trainer Kosta Skrapis and personal tainer, Dijana Djukic, organised a boxing and booty camp session, with half the proceeds going to BeeKindLikeLibby.
Ms Ruge and Ms Harrison spoke at the event, and said they were overwhelmed at the number of people who attended in support.
ADAPT Academy was filled with sweat, smiles and tears as participants remembered a "kind, quirky" friend.
"Dija and Kosta were her trainers and she loved them dearly," Ms Ruge said.
"They both had an amazing impact on her mental health."
Ms Ruge and Ms Harrison gave out random act of kindness cards, with a photo of Libby on the front and a QR code linked to BeeKindLikeLibby social media pages on the back. Recipients are encouraged to do something kind and pass the card along.
"We would love people to post their acts of kindness on social media, so we can see Libby's kind acts continue," Ms Ruge said.
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