The Kindness Project works to strengthen communities through a culture of kindness. We advocate for leaders to use the language of kindness in policy, laws and the spoken word. The Kindness Project provides opportunities to explore kindness, what it means to us individually, as families, and as a community. We help elevate kindness in the conscious collective believing that it increases trust in our neighbors, community leaders, and elected officials. The improvement in trust translates into kinder discourse, kinder policies, and kinder laws. When policies and laws are made through the lens of kindness, communities become safer, healthier, and more vibrant. We invite you to be a part of this initiative in creating a conscious culture of kindness, one human interaction at a time.
A Kindness Café allows participants to explore their own experiences and beliefs around kindness while sharing a free community dinner together. To stimulate conversation and spark ideas about kindness, participants discuss ideas for incorporating thoughtful acts into their daily lives from questions and prompts drawn from a unique deck of cards. These café style dinners are designed to acknowledge and recognize the fabulous acts of kindness in the local area in the hopes of creating a more conscious culture of kindness.
We are looking for energetic and dedicated leaders who are interested in expanding The Kindness Project movement across the United States and around the world. You will be given the tools and information necessary to open a Kindness Project chapter in your area and to begin organizing Kindness Cafes. Please contact Kelly Knox, Founding Director, for more information.
HERE ARE SOME WAYS YOU CAN GET INVOLVED
Join the conversation on kindness by attending a Kindness Café.
Check the events link to find out when and where the next Kindness Café will be held.
You can support the work of The Kindness Project by making a donation to our secure GoFundMe page.
Mark your calendars for the Big Gloucester Kindness Bash that will be held on World Kindness Day November 13, 2019.
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