The Mission of KindnessEvolution is to incorporate the practice of intentional kindness into every aspect of society.
Our First Initiative: 2018 Kindness Collective
On April 20-22, 2018 in Half Moon Bay, CA, 24 Leaders of non-profit Kindness Organizations and 6 Inspiring youth came together to explore this challenge question:
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Our First Unified Initiative: No Bullying, period.
From the 2018 KindnessCollective comes our first Unified Initiative, In solidarity with October National Bullying Prevention Month we launch “No Bullying,Period.” We are stronger together and through collaboration, will exponentially raise awareness and have greater social impact!
Everyday, 160,000 kids skip school due to fear of bullying and exclusion. These are challenging and stressful times.
The Mission of No Bullying, period. is to bring greater awareness to this crucial issue during the month of October, provide free resources to schools and administrators and help to facilitate involvement and action, in order to bring an end to bullying and ensure that all schools provide a safe and nurturing environment.
For School Administrators: Visit our Resource page to receive free downloadable links to easy projects, lesson plans and activities, created by our nation’s kindness organizations, that focus on kindness, inclusivity and no bullying. Please consider incorporating an activity into your 2108-2019 school year programming.
Development of CampKindness Day
A unified day of activities celebrating the value and impact of Intentional Kindness.
The value of intentional kindness IS part of the camp fabric. On this day, we shine the spotlight and celebrate together.
KindnessEvolution is honored to have collaborated with the American Camp Association (ACA), to develop the first-ever CampKindness Day. On July 24th over 350 Camps participated. Read more about it!
ACA is a national community of camp professionals that reaches 7.2 Million Youth promoting powerful lessons in community, character-building, skill development, and healthy living and has over 11,000 members (YMCA, Boys Club, Girl Scouts) and over 100K college age counselors.