How to be kind in our world right now.

Kindness endures.

Kindness is millions of years old. It has seen us through fire, floods and famine; through wars, depressions, great migrations, and global pandemics. Today, it remains our greatest asset. But how to be kind in the crises surrounding us?

We first partnered with researchers at Harvard University to find the most cost-effective ways to be kind through a pandemic. Then, in the wake of George Floyd’s death, we wanted to find the most cost-effective way to choose kindness when it comes to our civic responsibility.

And now we want you to help us test the results. Join us in spreading kindness and discovering what acts matter most right now.

So, instead of a random act of kindness, try one of our recommended acts and let us know how it goes. 👇

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Civic Acts of Kindness

With the reality of police brutality and racial discrimination being commonplace, what can you do to choose kindness? Try one of these recommended acts that emerged from our research as some of the most effective and impactful 'civic acts of kindness'.

How to track your Kindness
In case you missed our demo, here's how we can work towards a world where people choose kindness first.
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Find an act
of kindness

Community-sourced. With something for everyone.

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Carry out
your kind act

Being kind requires courage. Take a deep breath and go for it!

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Tell us
about it

Every act helps with scientific research and encourages others.

Be Kind to Your Community

Although we may be apart, it doesn't mean we can't connect with our communities. Whether it's making masks or making extra food, there are plenty of ways to spread kindness in these times.

Be Kind to Yourself

Right now, you're probably so busy juggling everything that you can forget about your own needs. Take a moment to check-in with yourself. How are you doing?

Be Kind, Online

Quarantine has got us all online all the time. If we're going to spend so much time there, it's a great opportunity to spread kindness to our friends, families, and strangers.

Take the Extra Time to be Extra Kind

Some may argue that quarantine is a blessing in disguise. We have the time to reflect and reconnect. Let's make the most of it.

Everyone has the capacity to be kind.
Try and act of kindness today and see how it changes your world.