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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Resources for Teachers
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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Fourteen is the age to sleep until noon, obsess over texting, and crave the latest and greatest computer game. Not to mention adjust to high school. Homework, studying, and fun. It can often be difficult to find a perfect balance … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
My friend Spencer was cleaning up after a class he facilitated and there was a pretty big mess. I was just walking past the room so I decided to ask him if he needed help. At first he said no … Continue reading
My eldest daughter’s friend was kicked out of her house, I offered our home to her; she is now staying with us until she gets her own place. CF – Student, Nashua Community College