Self-Care During the Coronavirus

The coronavirus has radically changed our day to day lives. We are collectively navigating new working conditions, as well as new learning procedures and social regulations. But slowing down and spending more time at home doesn’t have to be a bad thing. In fact, it can be a great opportunity to tap into some life-changing, …

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Teens Start Lawn-Care Business to Fundraise for Charity

An overwhelming amount of kindness has been put into action across the country and around the world in response to the coronavirus. We wanted to take a moment to spotlight one story in particular: a group of New Jersey teens that have taken kindness into their own hands by integrating it into their business plan. …

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Community Fridges are Popping-Up in L.A. to Help Feed Those in Need

Financial issues have long been a social issue in the U.S. Struggling to put food on the table has been a daily struggle for far too many families across the country. Those living in major cities are even more vulnerable, as a higher cost of living compounds with depleted resources due to larger populations requiring …

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12-Year-Old Plays Trumpet for Healthcare Workers During COVID-19

It’s no secret that the coronavirus has led to tough times for both hospital patients and workers alike. So many of us want to offer a helping hand but find ourselves overwhelmed, wondering where to begin. However, 12-year-old Jason Zgonc simplified things when he committed himself to a nightly concert for patients and healthcare workers …

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Chef Hazel’s Quest for Kindness

People around the world have been stepping their kindness up a notch to support the global fight against COVID-19. Every day, we wake up to stories of ordinary people doing extraordinary things, taking matters into their own hands to ensure their fellow citizens get the support they need during these tough times.  We have been …

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7 Tips for a Kind Fourth of July

Can you believe it’s already Fourth of July weekend? 2020 has been one wild year and despite all the chaos, time really has flown by! While this year’s celebrations might not include the beach days, barbecues, and fireworks that we traditionally look forward to, there are still plenty of socially distanced ways to honor Independence …

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Students Donate Field Trip Funds to Navajo Nation During COVID-19

When the eighth-graders of Santa Fe Waldorf School found out that their class trip was canceled due to COVID-19, they looked for ways they could offer kindness instead.  Students were disappointed upon hearing the news that their much anticipated six-day rafting expedition trip had been called off in an effort to abide by coronavirus social …

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5 Quarantine Friendly Ways to Get Kind on Father’s Day

While celebrating Father’s Day 2020 may look different than previous years, quarantine doesn’t mean that kindness has to be canceled! Despite the current Coronavirus pandemic and social distancing safety measures, there are still lots of ways to make sure that all those awesome dads out there get the love and appreciation they deserve. To help …

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9-Year-Old Raises Over $40,000 to Minneapolis Communities in Need

As the protests continue in Minneapolis and across the nation, many Americans have been looking for ways to lend a hand. NFL player Ron Johnson’s 9-year-old daughter, Kamryn Johnson is one of these helpers. Learning of her dedication to kindness and service warmed our hearts so we thought it was only fair to share her …

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Altruistic Spending to Promote Happiness and Wellbeing

You’ve most likely heard the phrase, “Money can’t buy happiness.” However, a recent Harvard Business School study on prosocial spending and wellbeing begs to differ. The study concluded that altruistic spending demonstrates a positive correlation with happiness and general wellbeing, regardless of income. Can Money Buy Happiness? Paradoxically, many Americans spend the majority of their …

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