World Kindness Day is an international holiday that was formed in 1998, to promote kindness throughout the world and is observed annually on November 13 as part of the World Kindness Movement.
Kindness Day UK is a nationally recognised day for the celebration of kindness in society and day to day life. Individual acts of kindness are encouraged on this day annually.
Kindness Scotland has been around since 2000 and is a member of the World Kindness Movement Kindness Scotland is a Registered Charity organised by a committee of 6 people. For World Kindness Day, arranging Kind Kids Awards and other projects, we have the assistance of a number of willing volunteers.
World Kindness Day is a global day that promotes the importance of being kind to each other, to yourself, and to the world. This day, celebrated on November 13 of each year, has the purpose is to help everyone understand that compassion for others is what binds us all together. This understanding has the power to bridge the gap between nations.
This year we will be holding our World Kindness Day Virtual Assemblies for primary schools on Monday 14th November (the day after World Kindness Day, and the first day of Anti-Bullying Week)!
Kindness teaching resources celebrate the power of kindness. Children and young people are encouraged to learn about and practice kind acts with our range of kindness resources.
We're on a mission to educate and inspire people to choose kindness.
The first World Kindness Day took place in 1998 and was organised by the non-profit organization: World Kindness Movement (WKM). Their goals are to inspire and encourage people to show greater kindness to one another in the hope of creating a fairer, better world.
We know many of our residents are struggling to make ends meet due to the increased cost of living. Our recently launched £5million campaign of support is designed to help families most in need. Please see link for more details.