Chive Nation Seeks To Be Kindest Organization

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Party with a purpose. That's the mission that the 1.2 million members of Chive Nation follow and embody. Since inception, Chive Nation has prioritized the importance of giving back to their community. Whether they are surprising strangers with scratch tickets, paying for a neighbor's coffee, hosting a fundraiser for a 7-year-old who had to have open heart surgery, or raising over $130,000 for our nation's War Dogs, this group knows how to make a difference. 

And now, they're doing it again with a goal of becoming the kindest organization of Random Acts of Kindness Week (Feb12-18).

This year, Chive Nation is teaming up with The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation to turn the world kind during #RAKWeek2017. Starting Feb 12, they will be issuing challenges via the RAK Generator to encourage Chive Nation members to get out and put a smile on someone’s face. Here's their line-up for the week:

 

For more information and to see Chive Nation's kindness-in-action, read their original blog post.

 

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