Love and Kindness Project Foundation

Welcome to the Love and Kindness Project Foundation!

Thank you to Lush & to All Who Gave!

Giving Tuesday was on November 29, 2022! Lush Cosmetics North America featured The Love and Kindness Project Foundation in all their stores in North America and online!

The sales from every Snow Fairy bath bomb purchased were donated to our Foundation to help us keep spreading kindness person to person, one small act at a time, around the world!

What an amazing gift of kindness! Thank you Lush and thank you to everyone who purchased a Snow Fairy Bath Bomb on Giving Tuesday for your kind support!

What We Believe:

At the Love and Kindness Project Foundation, we believe that no project that creates more Love and Kindness in the world is too small! Every act of Love and Kindness counts!
- Kindness is free
- Everyone, everywhere can become kinder
- Practicing kindness every day makes us kinder and creates a better world for all
- Every act of kindness, no matter how small, makes a huge difference!

Who We Are:

We are a grass-roots movement spreading Kindness from person to person around the world. We do that by:
- Giving out free Love and Kindness Buttons
- Providing downloadable Kindness Tips and Tricks
- Sponsoring Monthly Kindness Challenges
- Publishing books to help people think, speak and act more kindly
- Offering coaching and micro-grants to people who want to create their own project to spread love and kindness in the world

Who We Are:

We are a grass-roots movement spreading Kindness from person to person around the world. We do that by:
- Giving out free Love and Kindness Buttons
- Providing downloadable Kindness Tips and Tricks
- Sponsoring Monthly Kindness Challenges
- Publishing books to help people think, speak and act more kindly
- Offering coaching and micro-grants to people who want to create their own project to spread love and kindness in the world

What We Believe:

At the Love and Kindness Project Foundation, we believe that no project that creates more Love and Kindness in the world is too small! Every act of Love and Kindness counts!
- Kindness is free
- Everyone, everywhere can become kinder
- Practicing kindness every day makes us kinder and creates a better world for all
- Every act of kindness, no matter how small, makes a huge difference!

Please Do an Act of Kindness Today!

At The Love and Kindness Project Foundation

We believe in a pregnant person’s right to choose. We ‘say gay’ with pride, and that Black Lives Matter. We believe that kindness is a human characteristic available to all and that it is not associated with any particular religion or set of beliefs. And we know that the antidote for unkindness is kindness. Today, and each day,  please do an act of kindness. Your act of kindness, no matter how small it feels, when combined with those of others, will change the world for the kinder and better. Until everyone is accepted and celebrated for who they are, has access to the healthcare they need, and lives in safety and peace, none of us do.

Facebook Posts

18 hours ago

Day 27 of our January 30 Day You Can Be Kind Challenge! We’re almost there!!I hope you’ve had a great week! If you are like me, it’s been super busy and some things have gone as planned and a lot haven’t! Have I been as kind as I want to everyone at all times? I haven’t. Have I felt calm, peaceful and cheerful at all times? I haven’t. I’ve felt frustrated, upset and angry at others, and at some points, myself. And that’s okay! Because each of these is an opportunity to practice kindness to others and to myself. Changing anything is often difficult, takes a long time, and can be a struggle. But it’s worth it! Your kind acts, thoughts and words will make a big difference! So today, when you are struggling to be kind, please remind yourself that it’s all part of the practice and process, and that it’s worth it! #thinkkindly #kindness #KindnessIsAboutAction ... See MoreSee Less
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2 days ago

It’s Day 26 of our 30 Day January You Can Be Kind Challenge! Is it snowy where you are? It is here! Although we often get a lot of snow in winter where I live, this year we haven’t! Until yesterday! Now it’s a winter wonderland, but yesterday the thick, wet snow made it hard to get around! In the morning, I was waiting for a daily update I get from a client. It was uncharacteristically late. So I was a little worried and reached out to ask if everything was okay. “I’m sorry!” they said. “Our next door neighbor is an elderly lady who lives alone. I shoveled her walk and driveway before my own and the snow is so heavy it’s taken longer than expected.” Sometimes doing an act of kindness takes a few minutes extra of your time. Sometimes it takes some extra work. That’s okay! Because the person receiving the kindness will really appreciate it! (And, if one of your team members is uncharacteristically late, please assume positive intent, and ask what’s going on! That’s the kind thing to do too!) #ActKindly #kindness #kindnessisaboutaction ... See MoreSee Less
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3 days ago

Day 25 of our January 30 Day You Can be Kind Challenge! We’ll be focusing on kindness to self for these last few days! I was angry last night! Why? Because someone told me a number of not nice things someone said about me! Now, you may be thinking to yourself, “Practicing kindness means you should never get angry, upset or think, speak or act unkindly!” But that is not realistic! Please remember, kindness is a practice that takes practice! And that neither you, nor anyone else is perfect! Or perfectly kind all the time, and that is okay. Feeling angry, upset and hurt are all normal. Feeling those emotions, acknowledging and accepting them, then practicing responding to others and yourself kindly when you do is all part of the practice! So today, if you get angry or upset, do something calming to feel better, do your best to respond kindly and apologize if you don’t! Then remind yourself it’s okay not to be perfect and keep practicing! Please be kind to yourself! #ActKindly #kindness #KindnessIsAboutAction ... See MoreSee Less
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