Kindness Hall of Fame
Visit the Kindness Hall of Fame. Nominate someone you feel has either consistently delivered acts of kindness over the years or has performed one extraordinary act of kindness. We call it “passing a Sequin of Kindness.”
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The Sequin of Kindness™ blog is dedicated to those of us who have the powerful responsibility to positively impact the young.
Use this website as a resource in your classroom or organization to gain inspiration, promote ideas, and generate the intrigue necessary to spark a kindness movement throughout your communities.
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My 16 year old daughter and her friend frequent a local family restaurant and have become friends with one particular waiter. On their last visit, this waiter’s section was full, so the girls were seated in another section. “Their” waiter came to visit a couple of times during the meal, and when he noticed they were done eating, he brought over their favorite dessert, letting them know he was treating them. They were so surprised and grateful!
On their way out of the restaurant the girls noticed some tourists trying to get a group photo. My daughter offered to take the photo for them so everyone could be included in it. When she returned home she related the story to me with such enthusiasm, saying “Our waiter started a pay-it-forward chain and we kept it going. This could keep going for a long time if everyone in that tourist group does something small for someone else.” Indeed! ~T.G., College Student
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