Kindness is more important than ever. Be kind to yourself and your loved ones as you navigate the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic. How do you show kindness while social distancing?
Today’s Kindness Champion is Mat Burkett! This is what his nominator had to say about what makes him a kindness champion: “I’m nominating him because he is the perfect example of kindness! Always willing to lend a hand to someone
Today’s Kindness Champion is Joe Blosser! This is what his nominator had to say about what makes him a kindness champion: “Joe Blosser HPU (many titles) is an extraordinary humble public servant in High Point. He shares his love of
Today’s Kindness Champion is Emily Carico! This is what her nominator had to say about why she is an outstanding example of kindness in our community: “She is an attorney with Legal Aid. She is the lead attorney at the FJC
Kindness builds strong communities! Though Random Acts of Kindness Week is over, we encourage you to continue to think about how you can spread kindness throughout your community all year long!
Showing kindness to everyone we meet is what RAK Week is all about. Take this last day of our Kindness Countdown to perform a random act of kindness for a stranger. Pay for someone’s coffee; hold the door; ask if
Healthy relationships are all about learning and growing together, and one of the best ways to do that is by trying new things! Look for 2 new experiences to share with your loved ones this week. Cook a new meal
Technology is wonderful, but too much of it can be isolating. Spending all our free time on phones and computers, even when we’re in the same room as others, doesn’t build our relationships. Try blocking off 3 hours this week
Self-love is important! We need to be kind to ourselves as well as to others. Take some time during Random Acts of Kindness Week to be kind to you! Identify 4 positive things about yourself. Maybe that’s embracing certain parts
Today’s Kindness Champion is Paige Gilliard! Paige’s nominator had the following to say about her: “She is an attorney with the Children’s Law Center. She has a lot of contact with children as she is an acting GAL. She is well