National Kindness Speech Contest Winners

We worked to seek out some of the best ‘Kindness Speeches’ in the country submitted by our nations youth. We narrowed it down to the top 10, then let America choose the top 3 – – – here they are!

Think Kindness School Very Beach Elementary

School of the Month: Vero Beach Elementary

We visit so many each month and each school is so incredible inspiring! This month we are recognizing Vero Beach Elementary, located in Florida, as our school of the month. They achieved 7,183 acts of kindness in just 15 days. WAY TO GO!! We asked their principal, Cynthia Emerson to share with us her experience with participating in the Kindness …

National Kindness Speech Contest

STUDENTS: Join our National Kindness Speech Contest

Students are being tasked with inspiring kindness through our National Kindness Speech Contest. $2,500 in prize money will be granted to the winner to fund a kindness projects of their choosing.     A random act of kindness is contagious; it can inspire people to be great and help change lives. That’s why Nevada based non-profit, Think Kindness, has been …

Kohler Elementary School

School of the Month: Kohler Elementary

We have visited so many INCREDIBLE schools this semester. But, one particularly stands out, which is why we selected the tiny Kohler Elementary School in Wisconsin as our March school of the month. Their army of 300 students completed 15,214 acts of kindness in 15 days. YES. Here’s a word from Miguel, who kicked off their Kindness Challenge! When it …

Quarry Lane School Julie Kelly

Quarry Lane School Honors Memory of Teacher

I had the honor of presenting the inaugural Derin C. Arac Kindness Week assemblies at Quarry Lane School in Dublin, CA. Derin was a much loved and respected teacher, friend, mentor and son at Quarry Lane, and Think Kindness was lucky enough to honor Derin’s memory with school-wide assemblies on February 12th, 2018. After doing a little research, I quickly …

5 Things Mothers Need To Tell Their Daughters

Being a teenager in 2018 vastly different then a generation ago.  The influx of social media and cell phone usage by teens is at an all time high, which is both a blessing and a curse.  Unfortunately teens use their social media accounts, as their primary gauge of popularity and self-worth, which puts added pressure onto parents to ensure they develop confident young adults. But there are 5 specific things that mothers can tell their daughters that will boost their self-confidence and self-image.