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Unseen Tours

Taking a trip to a big city in which I have lived, twice, proved challenging when planning outings and tours for my kids first real big trip. As much as I love to travel, I despise organized tours. I much rather find off-the-beaten-path landmarks and guides or creative ways to see a new (or in this case familiar) city. No one wanted to do the running tour with me at 7:00 am (clearly they are lazy), so I opted for something different for all of us later that same day. My only error in this brilliant plan was doing them […]

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Resources to Spread Kindness While We Need it Most

This past week my kids school started the first Kindness & Philanthropy club. It’s been a lot of work but exciting and fun to see the kids already take to the activities and welcome the students this year in such a meaningful. What has been an added bonus are the various emails and texts from the parents of these children with recommendations, articles to share on human kindness, things our world needs and various ideas on how to spark this flame we are hoping to create in our own kids, school and community. One of the things sent to me […]

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Friends Who Serve Together, Stay Together!

Fun and paint! A little over a year ago, our Ambassadors helped out Ken Korver, the president of The Compton Initiative Organization, and his image of restoring the City of Compton. Our volunteers woke up bright and early that Saturday morning to help beautify its buildings.  At the arrival site, hundreds of people of all cultures and all ages were brought together and welcomed with free breakfast and music. Loud speakers surrounded the area in hopes of hyping everyone up and prepare them for the work ahead. Before sending the volunteers to their assigned work sites, the President and Vice […]

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3rd Graders Started An Anti-Bullying & Kindness Club, & It’s Awesome

Preview(opens in a new tab) We worked for YEARS to get this club idea off the ground and implement the awesome things The Kindness Offensive were doing in the UK here in the U.S.We succeeded……behold, the FIRST CLUB TKO!! (for kids & schools!) We are doing our inaugural year at an Orange County, CA elementary school with an awesome Principal that helped us create and supported my crazy project. Not only did we get it accomplished and advertised before school got out, but we got 25 dedicated Ambassadors and even more applications to kick off our 2019-2020 year. They will […]

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Celebrate This Independence Day by Giving Back!

Celebrate This Independence Day by Giving Back!

We’re about two weeks away from celebrating Independence Day! While you may be anticipating BBQs, pool parties, fireworks, and some quality family time; there are many people who will not be spending the holiday with their loved ones. This month we challenged you to write letters to a deployed troop, veteran, new recruit, or first responder in honor of their dedication to protecting us. If you haven’t had a chance to sit down and write those letters, it’s okay! There is still plenty of time to gather your supplies and ship your letters to Operation Gratitude. Head on over to […]

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Read a Book, Pass it On!

Read a Book, Pass it On!

Oh, the places you go when you read a book! When was the last time you dived into a good story with your child? Chances are it was just last night! There is nothing like a good book that whisks you away on far off adventures. Books let you experience different, imaginary worlds, but they also open doors for new experiences in the real world. Reading books aids in comprehension, language skills, and mental stimulation. Regularly reading exercises your brain and improves neural connectivity. It’s so important for children to have access to books, so as their young brains grow […]

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ISP Ambassadors & AP Academy Donate Nearly 100 Easter Baskets for Foster Kids

ISP Ambassadors & AP Academy Donate Nearly 100 Easter Baskets for Foster Kids

Infinite Smile Project Kid Ambassadors, Orange Spirit Nation girls and their Dads, as well as students from AP Academy, got together this past weekend to make Easter baskets for foster kids and children in need across Orange County. Awesome kids of all ages and backgrounds spent the last few weeks gathering donations, purchasing Easter baskets and gathering Easter candy, toys & toiletry items to make baskets for the Friendly Center Orange County’s Annual Easter Basket Drive. In all, these truly amazing kids and Ambassadors assembled nearly 100 baskets for this year’s drive! AP Academy, a local tutoring academy in the […]

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Easter Basket Donations for Kids in Need!

Easter Basket Donations for Kids in Need!

We know our ambassadors and friends are excited to make Easter baskets for kids in need this month! Some have already hopped into our campaign and started gathering donations! If you haven’t checked out our March Campaign yet be sure to click here. We’re encouraging you this month to collect donations for Easter Baskets to put together and deliver to The Friendly Center. Every child deserves a happy Easter! For many people, Easter is not about receiving gifts and is a spiritual holiday, however, regardless of spiritual belief most children look forward to the fun, spring day when they get […]

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Seniors loved our January Campaign!

Seniors loved our January Campaign!

We hope you enjoyed our first campaign of the year! Making and delivering warm and fuzzy cupcake socks to seniors was the perfect way to share some kindness mid-winter! Angel and Peanut, along with their Girl Scout troop, had an amazing time spending an afternoon with seniors in their community. The day before Valentines Day they went to a senior center and made the cupcake socks, sat with each of the seniors and chatted, and gave the seniors homemade cards. We are so proud of Angel, Peanut and their Girl Scout troop! Many senior citizens do not have family nearby […]

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Start With Hello!

Start With Hello!

Happy New Year! With the new year on its way, we are excited about the exciting things we have planned for our Kindness Ambassadors, as well as our monthly participants! At the start of each year, we like to present our kindness community with a yearly focus, kind of like a New Year’s resolution. This year we have chosen to focus on the Sandy Hook Promise's “Start With Hello” campaign. We challenge students to reach out to classmates who are in need of kindness, compassion, and friendship. An aspect of the Sandy Hook Promise is for students to recognize social [...] Read more »