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We Have Open Board Positions

THE MISSION One Million AOK (dba Think Kindness) is a non-profit organization that inspires measurable acts of kindness in schools and communities around the country. POSITION The Board will support the work of Think Kindness and provide mission-based leadership and strategic governance. While day-to-day operations are led by Think Kindness’ chief executive officer & program director, the Board-CEO relationship is …

Kindness Music Video

One of our Kindness Crew schools, Union Hill Elementary, was recently challenged to create a ‘Buzz’ in their school. Before launching their Kindness Challenges, they wanted their entire student body to get excited about what was so “Top Secret”. So, they decided to make a music video! The students and staff re-edited the words to Vanilla Ices’ “Ice Ice Baby” …

We Need Your $10K Vote

Yup! That’s right. We need your vote to help us win $10,000 from Kind Snacks. Each month Kind gives away $10,000 to an organization that promotes and carries out random acts of Kindness within their community. In the past, some amazing organizations have won. This month, Think Kindness is joining the competition to raise funds for our new Kindness Crew program. …

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An Intern’s Journey to Kindness

We recently received this anonymous post from a Think Kindness intern.  Enjoy. As kids, we don’t realize just how heavily the weight of our future rests on our shoulders. We don’t realize how heavily our world relies on those futures. 6 Years Ago. My heart should have been pounding. I didn’t appreciate the gravity of the thing I was doing. I …

Elementary Kindness Assembly Recap

The students of Roy Gomm Elementary School begin filing in to the multipurpose room; hopping, skipping and bouncing with wide eyes and energetic chuckles. The bright tangerine, Big Bird yellow, and key lime green walls slowly begin to reverberate the roar of children’s laughter as a crowd of cross-legged kids forms on the ground in a sea of red and …

Meet Our New Speaker: Gary Xavier

When we started martial arts, we were tiny. Our foreheads would heads would barely reach our instructors belt knot. But as all of us little ninja’s scurried the dojo running with our kicks, punches, screams, and tripping over our oversized belts, we were corralled in by our martial arts instructor, Tom Callos. We we were trained that at any moment …