To empower children and youth to use deliberate acts of kindness as a way to help combat bullying, isolation and stress and increase inclusion, friendship and resilience.
The Human Kindness Project sees a better future, that is possible for all of us. Kindness costs nothing, and provides endless opportunities for healthy relationships. Kindness is at the root of our social fabric. It is a Canadian value.
Our team helps students and youth of all ages demonstrate their innate kindness through a variety of programs and workshops. Together, we aim to foster a kinder society.
Did you know.....
Of children from grades 4 to 6 have been bullied, and one in seven children aged 11 to 16 are victims of bullying. 2 in 5 parents report their child has been involved in a cyber-bullying incident.
Of teens report feeling tired, having trouble concentrating or making decisions. They don't believe they can get over their difficulties.
Of students are victims of school-based theft and 1 in 5 students are victims of theft on more than one occasion.