The KindnessCollective Invitation List
The invite list includes the 70 foremost kindness leaders we've identified, whose mission is to cultivate and grow a kinder world. Participants will also include youth and college ambassadors, as well as leaders of educational and corporate communities with a wide-reaching social impact vision. We know we might have missed some gems, and we hope you'll let us know if you or any organization you know of should be represented at the Collective. Please click here to request an invitation.
World Kindness Movement
The mission of WKM is to inspire individuals and nations to create a kinder world through establishing independent kindness programs and projects in cities, schools, and communities across the globe.
Simple Acts of Care and Kindness
The SACK foundation is focused on ensuring a better world--one built upon respect, chivalry, and goodwill--for many generations to come, through enriching lives by Simple Acts of Care and Kindness.
The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation
The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation is a non-profit organization that believes in spreading kindness throughout schools, communities, and homes. RAKF believes in the power of kindness to change the way people see and experience the world.
The Kind Fest
The Kind Fest is a grassroots festival created to inspire, educate, empower, and equip people with the tools they need to create a kinder world. We are very intentional in bringing together the leaders, changemakers, artists, businesses, and organizations who’s purpose is to lead us into a kinder way of living.
Random Acts of Kindness
Author of national bestselling book, "Random Acts of Kindness" Will Glennon inspired the creation of the Random Acts of Kindness Foundation, launched in 1995, of which he is the former president. Will was also the co-founder of the World Kindness Movement, which just celebrated its twentieth anniversary.
Learn more about Will here
Idealist is all about connecting idealists – people who want to do good – with opportunities for action and collaboration. Too many good ideas for making the world a better place go unheard or unrealized.
With more than 120,000 organizations and 1.4 million monthly visitors to our English, and Spanish sites, Idealist helps people move from intention to action all over the world.
Learn more about Ami Dar here:
In 2011 Nerds Rule Inc. was founded by Executive Director Tristaca McCray as a non-profit organization for community building among youth, teens, and young adults. Their creative programs and projects promote social and economic change that target a variety of global changes using Sustainable Development Goals. Nerds Rule focus on advocacy, (statewide and internationally) to mobilize communities for support of at-risk youth. Additionally, Nerds Rule focuses on increasing and empowering individuals who are committed to building strong, trusting relationships and positive attitudes through mentorship and social entrepreneurship.
Charter for Compassion
We support the emergence of a global movement that brings the Charter for Compassion to life. To do so, we are a network of networks, connecting organizers and leaders from around the world, providing educational resources, organizing tools, and avenues for communication; sharing lessons, stories, and inspiration; providing the umbrella of the Charter for Compassion for conferences, events, collaborations, conversations and initiatives to create compassionate communities and institutions.
Paula Cole Paul Lamb
Inspired2C is a 501c3 non-profit organization working to identify these simple, small actions that we can all take to create a better world. From everyday acts of kindness to reflecting on masculinity, taking these meaningful steps can strengthen relationships and the appreciation of humanity.
The Kindness Cure
In new and noteworthy book, The Kindness Cure, psychologist Tara Cousineau draws on cutting-edge research in psychology and neuroscience to teach the reader simple practices of kindness—for ourselves, for our friends and family, for our society, and for our world—that can dissolve our feelings of fear and our habits of indifference, and open us to a life of profound happiness.
Heart@Work brings kindness and heartfulness to professional consulting. Mary-Lyn Haris helps businesses raise their brand awareness, focusing on the #1 key to success for solo-entrepreneuring being "masterminding." Through her work, Mary-Lyn delves into what kindness actually is, and she believes that "making a difference in people’s lives is our biggest challenge and yet it’s what people want the most of."
Mark and Maria Haswell
Spread Kindness is a non-profit organization dedicated to encouraging individuals and groups to practice kindness in their everyday life. Their mission is to inspire, enlighten, and spread joy through the sincere kindness of people's hearts and actions. Spread Kindness was formed by a happy family of five who are passionate about the power of kindness. Their greatest hope is that we will join them in spreading kindness to others
Confirmed Youth Leaders
These leaders have expressed their enthusiasm about KindnessEvolution and their interest in participation in the upcoming KindnessCollective, and we are just awaiting final confirmation!
Mayor Tom Tait, Anaheim, City Of Kindness
Bo Whittenton, Be Kind People Project
Josephine and Virginia Mahoney, B Kind
Jeannette Maré, Ben Bells
Gabriella van Rij: #Daretobekind
Jenny Friedman, Doing Good Together
Dr. David Fryburg, Envision Kindness
Alex & Dalton, Explore Kindness
Paula Cole, Fluent in Kindness
Toan Lam, Go Inspire Go
Corey Harnish, Good Cards
Marilyn Turkovich, Charter For Compassion
Houston Kraft, Kelby Kilburn,Character Strong
Dina Creiger, Choose to be nice
Jon Ramer, Compassion Games
Kala Shah, Community Heroes
Jill McManigal, Great Kindness Challenge
Susan & Morgan Guess, Guess Anti-Bullying Foundation
Joyce Deliyiannis, Emily Trask, Helpis
Eric Wellens, Pay It Forward Foundation
Jill Lubin, The Profit of Kindness
Reba Riley, Project CityKIND
Mark & Maria, Spread Kindness
Michele McKeag Larsen, The Joy Team
Brian Williams, Think Kindness
Dr. Immanual Joseph, Kulture of Kindness
Orly Wahba , Live Vest Inside
Tara Ijai, Love Glasses Revolution
Bob Votruba, One Million Acts of Kindness
Ed Horrell, The Kindness Revolution ™
Veronica Mollica, The Kindness Solution
Jaclyn Lyndsey, Kindness.org
Grace Murdock, Kindness Bracelets
Paul Lamb, Kindfulness.biz
Leon Logothetis, Kindness Diaries
Manny Moreno, KindnessIsBadAss
Jacki James, Kindness-Matters
Jill McManigal, Kids For Peace
Blake Beattie, Pay it Forward Day
Wayne Mueller, InCommon
Potential Kindness Collaborators
We would love to host the voices of these incredible leaders at our Collective!
We love the work you are doing. Please reach out if you're interested in KindnessEvolution!
Jessica Walsh, Timothy Goodman 12KindsofKindness
Laura Talmus, Beyond Differences
Dawn Engle, Billion Acts
Cynthia Germanotta, Maya Enista Smith , Born This Way Foundation
Megan Hookey, Create the Good
Bhoutik Mehta, Daily Good
Shari Arison, Good Deeds Day
Nancy Miller. good.is
Maya Dubinsky, Goodnet
Geri Weis-Corbley, Good News network
Dacher Keltner, Greater Good
Jim Lee, Happy Hollow School
Marty Isaac, Hooplaha
Sheeka (Strickland) Sanatoria, Humankind
Sara Lahey, Hunting Happiness Project
Brad Formsma, I like giving
Barbara Stevens, The Josh Stevens Foundation
Chuck Wall, KindnessUSA.org
Birju Pandya, kindspring.org
Erika Lantz, Kind World
Betsy Peterson, Learning to Give
Bert and John Jacobs, Life is Good
Richard Weissbourd, Making Caring Common
Jason Kingman, More Good Deeds
Bill Strathmann, Network for Good
Joan Eschler, Positively Positive
Ricky Smith, R.A.K.E
Cinde Monsam, Random Acts
Nipun Mehta, Service Space
Carolyn Berna Dundee, Small Acts, Big Change
Sandy Love, Support Kindness
Penny Austen, ThinkGiveProject
Anthony & Natalia Melikhov, unite4good.org
Dalal Al-Waheidi, We Day
Baaps Beauty, kindnessblog.com