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.”
Submit Your Story!If you would like to contribute your own Sequin of Kindness™ story, please fill out this form.
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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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Over 100 students from the University of Massachusetts Lowell visited the Sequin of Kindness™ booth at their Stress Relief Day fair! They had so many great acts of kindness to share showing, once again, a small act of kindness does … Continue reading →
I recently received this photo from Walter, an educator at Liceo Internacional in Quito, Ecuador. Walter contacted me during the school year to brainstorm about kindness activities for his classroom. Teachers are very creative and and always have great ideas … Continue reading →
A preschool teacher in New York City, included a Sequin of Kindness™ project in her classroom. She sent home a notice to the parents explaining the kindness activity she arranged for the children–they were very enthusiastic! As the children extended … Continue reading →
In 2002, professional photographer Bill Smith and his wife Lauren visited Cambodia to experience and photograph the natural beauty and culture. While traveling the country by cab the couple was shocked to find the Stung Mean Chey Garbage dump, where … Continue reading →
The students at UMass Lowell gladly participated at the Sequin of Kindness booth by sharing acts of kindness during UML’s Stress Relief Day fair. This fair, organized by Tracy Moore, Assistant Director of Health Education & Promotion, is designed to make … Continue reading →
TV Episode #2, “Kindness at UMass Lowell” is complete! To view the full episode, or short video clips, click on the Video Clips page (of this website) or watch on the Sequin of Kindness YouTube channel. UMass Lowell was the first … Continue reading →
The students at UMass Lowell wrapped up the semester by participating in a great event focusing on stress relief and good health at the Recreation Center. Tracy and Justin, along with help from staff and students, really out did themselves! … Continue reading →
The players of the Queen Creek High School football team helped a special needs student, Chy Johnson, by protecting her against some bullies from their school. The boys, headed up by Carson Jones, invited Chy sit with them at lunch … Continue reading →
Student, Jordan Addison had his car vandalized by bullies and then repaired by kind business owners local to Roanoke VA spearheaded by Richard Henegar, Jr., the manager at Quality Auto Paint and Body. Excerpts from Huffington Post story by Ryan Grenoble: … Continue reading →
Lady Gaga and her mother, Cynthia Germanotta, founded the Born This Way Foundation in 2011. Their mission is to build a “Braver, Kinder World” by empowering the youth. At one point, Gaga stated she was changing the world one sequin at … Continue reading →