We are proud to collaborate with the following partners: 

CharacterCountsCharacter Counts – Read the Blog and be sure to Join National Character Counts Week (October 19th-25th). The website is also a tremendous resource for Character Building Lessons and resources. 

corner on characterThe Corner on Character – the blog for super-counselor, Barbara Gruener (Author of  the book “What’s Under YOUR Cape?”). Barbara is a true gem and Kindness Crusader. We love walking this path with her!

 McGrawHillMcGraw-Hill Education partners around the world with students, educators, administrators and other professionals to deliver engaging, adaptive and personalized solutions that improve performance and results. We combine proven, research-based content with the best emerging digital technologies to guide assessment, teaching and learning to achieve the best possible outcome for students, instructors and institutions. McGraw-Hill Education employs more than 6,000 people in 44 countries and publishes in more than 60 languages. Look for a webinar invitation from GKC and McGraw-Hill for Bully Prevention month (October!)

NSCCNational School Climate Center – Through BullyBust: Promoting a Community of Upstanders campaign, the National School Climate Center provides free resources to help the entire school community develop the foundational skills and tools needed to promote and sustain a positive school environment. Utilize student and moderator toolkits, team project guidelines, video resources, and join a network of partner schools to engage youth and adults in a meaningful pro-Upstander effort.


Random Acts of Kindness FoundationThe Random Acts of Kindness Foundation is an internationally recognized non-profit organization founded upon the powerful belief in kindness and dedicated to providing resources and tools that encourage acts of kindness.

World Kindness MovementThe idea behind the World Kindness Movement (WKM) crystallised at a conference in Tokyo in 1997 when the Small Kindness Movement of Japan brought together like-minded kindness movements from around the world. The WKM was officially launched in Singapore on 18 November 2000 at the 3rd WKM Conference. The mission of the WKM is to inspire individuals towards greater kindness and to connect nations to create a kinder world. The WKM encourages individuals of other nations to set up their own kindness movements. It is also seeking other kindness movements to join the WKM.

TomorrowsRoundtableTomorrow’s Roundtable” is a documentary series that creates community campaigns addressing social and environmental issues using ideas imagined by children!


Life Vest Inside is a non-profit dedicated to empowering the masses to engage in acts of love and kindness.

Ripple KindnessRipple Kindness” is a community project and primary school curriculum providing education, information and inspiration for people in all walks of life. As each generation appears to becoming less compassionate and more disconnected than the last, we feel it has impacted significantly on people’s emotional and mental health, as many find they have smaller circles of support and understanding.


generationOn Logo_2c_SpotGenerationOn is the global youth service movement igniting the power of all kids and teens to make their mark on the world. Let’s get started!


Be Kind..Like Josh

The purpose of The Josh Stevens Foundation and the kindness card is to remind people that there is a whole wide world in need of more acts of kindness. We want children and adults to know that people really do appreciate their kind actions, even though most times they go unnoticed.

singapore kindness movement

Kindness is in everyone. The Singapore Kindness Movement (SKM) wants to encourage everyone to start, show and share kindness. We aspire to inspire graciousness one kind act at a time. By sparing a thought for the people around us, we hope to create a gracious society, and make life better for you and me.

Be kind people project

The mission of The Be Kind People Project is to improve the social, emotional, and learning environment in our nation’s schools by purposefully thanking teachers and equipping students with character development tools that build positive and healthy relationship skills and foster social and emotional learning.