Using Imperfect Foods to Build a Better World

A year spent during the coronavirus pandemic has taught us many things. One of those things is the importance of accessible food and resources, especially during times of uncertainty. Luckily, we’ve had businesses like Imperfect Foods to help us through! Built on a platform that promotes affordable food options while addressing issues of waste and …

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Kindness Spotlight: For The Good Co.

We love seeing new businesses opening with kindness in mind. So naturally, when we stumbled upon the ‘For The Good Co.’ brand, we had to give them a shout! For The Good was created ‘for sharing uplifting messages and stories with the intention to inspire and impact people in a deeper, meaningful way.” Towards their …

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Exploring the Good During Random Acts of Kindness Week

Happy ‘Random Acts of Kindness Week’! First, we want to give a shout-out to the Random Acts of Kindness Foundation for starting this inspired tradition. Seeing kindness-centered organizations create movements that grow to touch the lives of millions is what it’s all about! These are the little reminders that keep us motivated on our path …

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A Guide to Spreading Kindness This Valentine’s Day

Looking for new ways to spread kindness this Valentine’s Day? Whether you’re celebrating with your partner, your loved ones, or you simply want to brighten a stranger’s day, we’ve got a few fun ideas that are bound to put a smile on your face! Give out handmade valentines. Who doesn’t love getting a valentine in …

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Bitty & Beau’s Coffee Built to Empower the Special Needs Community

Bitty & Beau’s Coffee was first opened in Wilmington, North Carolina by Amy Wright and her husband to promote inclusion by employing people with “intellectual and developmental disabilities.” Since founding the business in 2016, the Wrights have opened six Bitty & Beau’s Coffee locations, employing over 120 people with special needs! Bitty & Beau’s: The …

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14-Year-Old Girl Starts a Nonprofit to Bring Hope to the Homeless

Ashley Nevison is a 14-year-old girl on a mission to bring hope to those in need. The young philanthropist has been on quite the journey since founding her nonprofit, Sargeant’s Army, in October of 2018. What began as a way to honor her late cat has since grown into so much more, with new inspiration …

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A Group of Stanford Students Start The Farmlink Project to Help Fight Hunger

Kindness comes in many forms. But when COVID-19 hit the US, highlighting the realities around food waste versus food scarcity, the need for one specific form of kindness became shockingly clear. Millions of people were facing financial insecurity as a result of business shutdowns, leaving countless families worried about how they would pay for basic …

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Bella Gives Back

Any other year, 2-year-old Bella Singer would have been heading out of town with her family to spend the holidays with her grandmother. This year, in an effort to respect COVID-19 safety and health restrictions, the Singer family decided to stay home. Even though the decision to avoid travel was made out of love, Bella …

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Grace’s Mission to Spread Awareness, Kindness, and Inclusion

Grace is a girl with Down syndrome, on a mission to use her artwork as a platform for increasing special needs awareness and create “a culture of kindness and inclusion.” Towards that mission, and with the help of her mother, Bonnie, Grace has built her own small business! Her online shop is called GracePlace Art, …

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New Year’s Eve Random Acts of Kindness Challenge

We’ve spent a lot of time dreaming up ways to make the holidays a little extra special this year. While the current restrictions on social gatherings are a bummer, that doesn’t mean that we can’t still celebrate and have fun, right?! After a few internet searches and a lot of brainstorming, we’re happy to share …

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