Mission Statement

To engage, motivate, and inspire kids ages 3-18 to make philanthropy, service and acts of kindness a core part of their lives to better themselves and the world.

It is our belief that with consistent service acts and a presence of kindness in both children and adults we can create a more cohesive community and change our world for the better. Through our Ambassador Programs and Campaigns we are bringing The Infinite Smile Project to an ever growing audience and truly changing peoples lives and building communities.

Our supporters, sponsors and partners have graciously donated their time, goods, and services to ISP. We appreciate your support, love, and energy; and are thrilled to have you as a part of our movement.


My name is Kim and I live in the beautiful and never boring paradise of Southern California.

We started the Infinite Smile Project after one of our young daughters had life-saving open heart surgery at the age of 2 1/2. In order to repay those who were kind to us during this trying time and long recovery we hit the streets of our community doing acts of service and kindness to demonstrate to our then 3 year old twins what it means and feels like to strive to be better by serving others. We learned that kids at any age understand what it means to serve others at any age, empowers them, provides them with compassion, confidence and with age will mold them into our future leaders. We invite you to join us in teaching our kids a hands-on approach to a more fulfilling life.

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The Infinite Smile Project began as a simple concept one January day, 2014. A day spent taking twin 3 year olds around Orange County, California surprising people with acts of service and cards written by these small children. It had so much impact on our young children expressing gratitude and serving others for an entire day we created a non-profit to teach children of all ages simple ways to give back and create a service-based lifestyle wherever they roam.

Click here to learn why we feel children are the best advocates for acts of service and kindness.