Meet Dani: TK Fall 2017 Intern

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A THINK KINDNESS INTERN: MEET DANI Erin- “Dani have you done (cool new media/PR/Strat Comm thing)?” Me- “No, I don’t think so.” Erin- “Okay, we’re gonna learn.”   And then we’re off… tackling anything from school tours, social media strategy, events, or even holing up at one of the many coffee shops in Reno …

Teen Guide To Surviving High School

High school is tough, awesome, scary, stressful. . . but mostly awesome. There clubs, sports, dances, friends, relationships and taking pictures that will make you embarrassed to show your children. But how do you survive high school? Well, we found some great pieces of advice from some amazing Teen Advice bloggers and decided to put them in one spot. So …

Spring Kindness Idea – Composting

How to make your very own Family Compost. To start. What is composting? Composting is a process as old as farming itself.  It involves the enrichment and restoration of soil through the breakdown of used organic materials.  It is a great way to keep your soil healthy, limit household waste and to improve our environment!  And the best part is that …

Kindness Piggy Bank

Idea Objective: To teach your children about the importance of giving, philanthropy, and money management. Overview: Give your children a set amount of allowance each week/month specifically for the purpose of giving away to a cause or charity they care about. Encourage them to research organizations online, watch documentaries or even take tours of local organizations in your area. Then …