Students WIN Opportunity To Serve Others

Kindness truly can change the world and recently, an empowering middle school showed exactly how that is possible. Think Kindness recently visited Clayton Middle School in Reno, Nevada as part of our national kindness school assembly tour. Think Kindness speaker Gary Xavier challenged the school to a 12 day “food blitz” where each student and each classroom was asked to bring …

4 Awesome Police Officer Kind Acts

There are heroes among us. Dressed in black and blue uniforms, police officers place themselves in harm’s way each and every single day to protect our safety and serve their communities. Often, police officers go above and beyond the call of duty to take their social responsibilities to the next level, caring for the community in even more great and …

3 Steps to Teach Your Children Empathy

Empathy is a powerful human emotion that allows us to feel for one another and connect to each other on deeper and stronger levels. When we have empathy for another individual, our feelings become connected. We begin to understand, see and feel things from their perspective. For example, if an individual is feeling sad, when we are empathetic for them, …

Holiday Gifts That Give Back

Are you looking to give back even more this holiday season? There are hundreds of amazing Social Good companies that are dedicated to giving back, while at the same time providing you with special gifts for your family,  friends and  loved ones that they will all enjoy. Check out some of the companies who are just as committed to giving back and …

5 Practical Tips to Share Your Kindness

Being kind to one another is one of the greatest things we can do in our lives. When we are kind to each other, we empower the greatest good in those around us and we encourage everyone in need to keep fighting, keep going, and keep holding on. Life is a journey that we are all in together, so when …

The Invisible Acts

Invisible to the eye, soothing to the heart. Acts of kindness don’t need to be seen to be appreciated. You witness acts of kindness everyday whether you realize it or not. They may be little and hard to notice, such someone holding the door open for an elderly person, someone saying hello when they pass by a stranger or smiling to another person for no …