Need ideas on simple acts of kindness you and your students can do for World Kindness Day? Show them our slideshow of 21 simple Acts of Kindness. We hope these inspire you and your students to join us and the world, as we preform our simple acts of kindness throughout World Kindness Day tomorrow - November 13, 2015.
Nan Singleton has started a ripple effect of spreading kindness. In some way, shape or form she has passed kindness on to thousands of people in her community. Nan leads from the heart, is extremely humble by nature, and a giver of so many things. She is a kindness ambassador and she is out making a difference in her world!
After reading the article in American Profile Magazine, Nan Singleton, leader of the Sevier County 4-H Teen Council, contacted Justina Bryant, Founder of the 21 Day Kindness Challenge, to see about bringing the Kindness Challenge to schools in Sevier County, Utah.
“I was so excited to have Nan contact me about bringing the Kindness Challenge to Utah. I knew from our first conversation that she was going to make a huge impact in her community,” says Justina Bryant.
Nan presented the 21 Day Kindness Challenge program to her 4-H teen leaders and asked them if they wanted to bring the Kindness Challenge to their school’s. The teen’s unanimously voted YES! A total of seven schools in Sevier County, UT participated in the 21 Day Kindness Challenge pilot program during the 2014-15 school year. Nan and her crew brought the Kindness Challenge to three high schools, two middle schools and two elementary schools.
Each of the 4-H teen leader’s led the Kindness Challenge on their school campus. After completing the 21 Day Kindness Challenge at their school sites, they wanted to continue to spread kindness in their community. With Nan’s assistance, a group of high school 4-H teens organized and led the Kindness Challenge at two of their local elementary schools.
“We were so excited to bring the 21 Day Kindness Challenge to our area because 4-H’ers love to make a difference. A little kindness goes a long way! The teens were also excited to pass it on to younger schools,” says Nan.
Nan and her team of 4-H teens made a huge impact in their small community. We hope Nan’s story will inspire you to spread kindness in your community and on your school campus.
Here are some of the kindness activities that Nan and her 4-H teens did to spread kindness on the seven campus during the 21 Day Kindness Challenge:
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Note From the Founder
Hello. I am the founder of the 21 Day Kindness Challenge Program.