FEATURED KINDNESS VIDEO
Instead of celebrating "Anti-Bully Week" at St. Matthews School in Cambridge, England, they decided to have a week dedicated to kindness. Children learned the importance of being kind to themselves and others while delving deeper into the Kindness In the Classroom curriculum.
He’s dying, and he wants to spread as much kindness in the world as he can. Father, husband, friend and founder of Inspire Media, Chris Rosati, was diagnosed with ALS in 2010 and has slowly lost his ability to walk and speak. Still, he is devoting the rest of his life to spreading kindness.
A first grade class in Fresno, California inspires their entire school with kindness.
Home for Life is an animal sanctuary that is home to nearly 200 animal residents that can only be helped by a care for life center.
University student, Sabrina Ma, started Acts of Random Kindness (ARK) and inspired over 27 other schools to start their own clubs.
7 year old Abby shares highlights of her annual "Pay it Forward Project" This year, she wanted to show gratitude to the Lakewood Colorado Police Department.
UC Berkeley Professor Dacher Keltner highlights his breakthrough research on the science of kindness and compassion.
Meet Frank, John and Jack three "Muffin Men" who are turning retirement into an opportunity to distribute food and kindness to those in need.
When Claire Lemmel saw that people in her San Francisco neighborhood weren't connecting as they walked by each other on the streets, she decided to put kindness in action ... and her smile on a giant poster! Her kindness and smile are now inspiring hundreds of people on her daily walks.
Andy Smallman is an education innovator and director of the Puget Sound Community School. His unique approach to learning has kindness as it's foundation and is inspiring students and their communities alike.
Will is a retired carpenter who crafts toy trains for kids in his neighborhood and beyond.
Peggy Filer & The Random Acts of Kindness club at Cedarcrest High School inspire kindness throughout the Duvall, Washington community.
Hannah Brencher, who started The World Needs More Love Letters, demonstrates how a simple act of kindness can turn life around for the giver and receiver.
See what happens when one school decides to create a book drive for another school in need.
Madison Steiner paints art in the form of footwear...but its the people who wear them that make these shoes special.
Chris Natske is a Master Tae Kwon Do instructor at the Colorado Alliance of Martial Arts in Parker, Colorado. Every year he coaches hundreds of students through the rigorous process of achieving their Black Belt rank. BUT, Chris is doing something different. Along with a four month process of hard physical work, the students also have to perform 400 random acts of kindness.