Inspiring people to practice kindness and pass it on to others
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Could you and your friends benefit from a little more kindness? Chances are the rest of your campus could, too! Here you’ll find all sorts of kindness ideas that are perfectly suited for your college or university from exam-time treats to free hugs. And if you really like doing random acts of kindness, perhaps you should start a RAK Club at your school. Download our 10 step guide to get started. Or browse our directory of university RAK clubs and see what’s happening on other campuses around the world for some inspiration.
So you’re interested in creating a kindness-related student organization? That’s great! We put together a PDF outlining ten steps you can take to get started.
Michigan State University has decided to participate in the Protect America Cares Pay It Forward Challenge! Over the coming semester, you and your team will be challenged with developing a creative comprehensive business plan to generate awareness and revenue for a local charity of your choice. The challenge is simple: the team that raises the most awareness and funds for their charity wins. To win, each team will need to implement marketing and fundraising strategies using different avenues to generate a buzz about their charity. With the right idea and implementation, we're positive you can help Pay It Forward!
To learn more, visit ProtectAmericaCares Pay It Forward Challenge website.
We’re collecting a list of kindness clubs around the country. Check out our current list to find a club near you.
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