#bethekindkid Kindness in Action campaign begins this week
Your child may have a chance to #bethekindkid through this new kindness campaign.
It’s kindness season, and you can be a part of #BeKind21. Here’s how.
#BeKind21 is about inspiring as many people as possible to be kind this September.
Order now: #bethekindkid t-shirts with a blue-and-yellow heart benefit nonprofit in Ukraine
You can help families in Ukraine by ordering this new #bethekindkid T-shirt. Details here.
Meet this week’s Kidsburgh Kind Kid: Elwood Paracat
“It was a really nice gesture of an older middle school kid helping an elementary school kid, and I was very appreciative!”
Meet this week’s Kidsburgh Kind Kids: Daisy Girl Scout Troop 28016
These Kidsburgh Kind Kids from Daisy Troop 28016 rescued fresh food to help neighbors in need!
Meet this week’s Kidsburgh Kind Kid: Aaban Mahmood
Kidsburgh Kind Kid Aaban Mahmood made sure shoppers at his local grocery store felt cared about — and kept the good going.
Meet this week’s Kidsburgh Kind Kid: Aaron Fisher
Do you know a child in the Pittsburgh region who should be named a Kidsburgh Kind Kid? Tell us about them!
Meet this week’s Kidsburgh Kind Kid: Laurel Liprando
Meet this week’s Kidsburgh Kind Kid, a preschooler who lends a hand to make life better for others!
Meet this week’s Kidsburgh Kind Kid: Jeona Parson
Kidsburgh Kind Kids are out making our community a better place each day. Tells us about the Kind Kid in your life!
Meet this week’s Kidsburgh Kind Kid: Ella Boyers
Our latest Kidsburgh Kind Kid chose to make her neighborhood a more beautiful place. Here’s how.
Meet our first Kidsburgh Kind Kid: Ariel Heywood
Check the first story in our series about random acts of kindness done by local kids!
JAMbethekindkid, Inc. continues to set off chain reactions of kindness
Kindness is something that can not only benefit others whenever you do it, but also benefits yourself.
Celebrating random acts of kindness: Tell Kidsburgh about the Kind Kids in our community.
Tell us about a child you know who has done an act of kindness so we can recognize these young Pittsburghers as “Kidsburgh Kind Kids.”
After-school JAM Club promotes entrepreneurship and giving back
There are now 20 JAM Clubs across Pennsylvania and four in other states.
Kidcast: Learn how to #bethekindkid with these three steps
Kids can learn empathy by listening to a story or reading a book and learning to verbalize how the character is feeling.
6 fetch takeaways from back-to-back ‘Mean Girls’ onstage in Pittsburgh
One takes place in a Chicago public high school, the other in a boarding school in Ghana. But the issues of these female brat packs transcend time and place.
These Pittsburgh kids are e-commerce CEOs via EdCorps
“I love how the students recognize each other’s strengths and look to each other for help.”
Hoping for more sharing and less tussle? These 9 storybooks can help!
Even before little kids move up to kindergarten, they can learn how to show kindness and compassion to others.
Avonworth girls club prompts students and staff to #bethekindkid
“It makes them proud of themselves to be able to make fun projects and contribute to charities. It’s empowering to them.”