Inspiring classmates to treat each other with kindness changes schools. Find out how to host an assembly at your school here!
Kind Campaign is a movement and documentary based upon the powerful belief in KINDness that brings awareness and healing to the negative effects of girl-against-girl crime.
Think Kindness inspires kindness movements in schools across the country. Each year over 75,000 students participate in a massive Kindness challenge to document 5,000 acts and to change the world in just 15 days! Each program launches with an action packed motivational assembly that calls students to action.
The Be Kind People Project®
The Be Kind People Project® provides innovative and culturally relevant youth development programs and services through The Be Kind Crew™. Utilizing hip hop dance, spoken word, and rap, The Crew presents school assemblies that teach students HOW to be kind. The Crew members serve as positive and approachable examples of kindness.
Based on the life and writings of Rachel Scott, the first person killed in the Columbine HS shootings, Rachel’s Challenge programs provide a sustainable, evidence-based framework for positive climate and culture in schools. They coordinate events and presentations to help schools and businesses become safer, more connected places to live and learn; and change lives by providing culturally relevant social/emotional training.
School assemblies tie learning and sharing together. Bring a year of kindness together through a schoolwide celebration, kindness club or service learning project! Assemblies are a great way to celebrate and reinforce the value of building a positive school culture through kindness!
Fox and Trove Kindness Assemblies
Fox and Trove Kindness Assemblies engage preschool and kindergarten classrooms in fun, play-based activities that teach young learners how to be kind and brave. Teaching kids specific kindness skills during the formative years of 3-6 has the power to prevent bullying before it even has a chance to start.
BNICE with Chris French is an elementary school character development assembly that teaches empathy, diversity and tolerance through a culturally sensitive, interactive and discussion-based presentation.