What does it really mean to be kind?

There has been a lot in the news and in on-line discussions lately about kindness. From Ellen DeGeneres being criticized for being kind to someone with whom she disagrees politically, to some mistaking “being kind” as equivalent to “being quiet," kindness is definitely a hot topic of conversation. As the founder of an organization dedicated... Continue Reading →

Spotlight on Kindness!

Meet Arden! She's a 9 year-old 4th Grader at Crofton Meadows Elementary. She wore one of our "I WILL BE YOUR FRIEND" shirts on the first day of school and she really took its message to heart! Below is a conversation her mom shared with us yesterday: I asked my daughter Arden what she did... Continue Reading →

Kid Kindness Grants 2019

Applications are now closed. They will re-open on September 1, 2020. Are you between the ages of 5-18??? Do you have a fantastic idea about how to spread kindness??? Do you need money to help you do it??? If so, we can help and we want to hear from you! Kindness Grows Here, Inc will... Continue Reading →

Kindness Grows Here in the Schools

During the past year Kindness Grows Here (KGH) collaborated with a number of Anne Arundel County Public elementary, middle, and high schools to foster the spread of kindness. Please read below for a sense of what Kindness Grows Here can offer. If you'd like to partner with KGH to spread kindness in a similar way... Continue Reading →

How Can We Help Your School??

As Kindness Grows Here expands our scope of influence we are very eager to partner with more schools. If you are an administrator, teacher, or parent, please read below and learn how Kindness Grows Here can help you foster kindness at your school or in your classroom. Kindness Assemblies Our founder and President, Kristen Caminiti, has... Continue Reading →

Kindness Grows…Where?

In choosing the name of our Foundation we purposely chose a somewhat nondescript name. It is not for us to decide where kindness grows. We will certainly seek to foster the growth of kindness in many places: Schools, towns, communities, neighborhoods, homes, and families. But we understand the diverse nature of communities and we know... Continue Reading →

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