Smalls acts when done by many create big change.
It does not take much to be kind, but it is worth making a commitment. Whether you make a personal pledge, or become a partner, you can do at least one kind act a day to make the world a happier and healthier place. That would be powerful.
Voices from our Community
In only a few short months, the Semnani Foundation has united local organizations, religious leaders, and even politicians under a common theme—that Kindness is something we can all get behind. Hear from local business leaders and respected clergy to discover that we can all agree on kindness.
One Kind Act a Day Week in Salt Lake City
Committed to Kindness
It can sometimes seem like there is too much gloom in the world, but there are also amazing people who have pledged to do incredible GOOD. These are just a few of the organizations who reached out to us and pledged to make a daily act of kindness part of their mission.
If you do frequent acts of kindness, Neurogenesis occurs. The brain becomes healthier. It becomes more readily able to recognize when people need our kindness.
Written by: David Fryburg, MD, President and Co-founder, Envision Kindness. This article appeared in Envision Kindness at www.envisionkindness.org and has been…
“Unexpected kindness is the most powerful, least costly, and most underrated agent of human change.”
Real Humans. Real Stories.
Shine a Light On Kindness
Kindness happens every day, and it’s always worth celebrating. Get inspired by real stories of kindness, shared by real people from all over the world.
Have a great story of your own? Share it with us!
Why Kindness Matters.
One kind act can inspire others. It doesn’t have to be complex — it could be a small hello to your neighbor having a bad day or a simple thank you to a store clerk. Imagine the positive impact we’d have if we were kind to people we don’t even know. All it takes is one kind act a day.