Saturday, July 25, 2015

Kindness Day

The Kindness Project

Sharing and Support

The MISS Foundation's Dr. Cacciatore started the Kindness Project in 1996 as a way for families to cope with the tragedy of a child's death. Since then, more than 1,000,000 kindnesses have been committed around the globe in memory of children, gone too soon.

Anyone can participate in memory of anyone!

Here's what you do:

Visit the MISS Foundation's International Kindness Project Day website:

Start thinking about acts of kindness - especially anonymous ones as those are the most powerful - you can commit in your neighborhood and community!

After you get your free templates (available between July 20th and 27th), print your Kindness Project cards in English or Spanish.

Share this event with others! IDEAS FOR THIS: Send email invitation to the Facebook event; print out our Kindness Project Brochure and share them around your town; do your own Kindness Project and send press releases to your local tv, radio, newspapers to spread the word.

Then- drum roll please- on July 27, 2011, go out into this world and help to created more Kindness in memory of your beloved!

Help spread the word by sharing our International Kindness
Project Day press release with your local media!

We hope everyone will join us in this amazing experience! Don't worry- you can commit a Kindness Project act that costs nothing (mow someone's yard, offer a homemade gift, bring cookies to a nursing home), only your time and devotion to another!

Or, you can have fun buying Starbucks for the person in line behind you... or you can leave flowers on a strangers' door... or you can buy someone's meal at a restaurant anonymously, or you can leave a $10 bill on the ground where someone can find it wrapped around a Kindness Project card... the list is endless! See our Kindess Project Ideas page for even more!

Imagine this:
All around the world,
on this one day of the year,
mourners will be transforming their grief into a
powerful message of love, hope, peace, and kindness!


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