We have found that people readily & joyfully participate in organized acts of kindness within their own communities, especially when suggested as a group challenge.
Kindness Challenges™ are designed to involve and positively impact as many people as possible.
In support of CPR Awareness Week - June 1-7, we challenge town residents to become CPR certified, then answer the call to help a neighbor in need.
Ukrainian refugees fled their country with only the clothes on their backs. Local collections are ongoing, all including a great need for socks.
This challenge unites town residents, organizations, schools, and businesses, by challenging them to come together for the greater good, to complete the mission of filling a tractor-trailer with donated supplies for hurricane relief;
all within one weekend at their local park.
The Trim-A-Tree Challenge™ calls for neighbors to help others,
via a challenge to decorate a
holiday tree in 5 days with $5 gift cards
for families in need.
A table top tree is dropped off to
your home or place of business
and picked up 5 days later.
An entire community was notified via Facebook, of their local sanitation worker’s upcoming birthday.
Approximately 100 residents joyfully agreed to tie just one balloon each to their own trash can on that day.
One simple local act of kindness toward one, yet involving and affecting many.
Afghan refugees are arriving in New Jersey at McGuire Air Force Base with only the clothes on their backs. Several local collections were ongoing, all including a great need for socks.
Our community quadrupled our goal and donated 371 pairs of socks in just 5 days!
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