It isn’t just about adopting all the children from your local orphanage – it’s about the little gestures of kindness too. Helping others can restore a sense of humanity, not to mention giving you that warm fuzzy glow inside.
Kindness Day was born when a collection of humanitarian groups came together on November 13, 1997 and made a “Declaration of Kindness”. Likewise, on Kindness Day everyone is encouraged to make a similar declaration. Donating books, food or clothes to your local community is a great way to celebrate. However, pledging to commit just one act of kindness is no less worthwhile: hold the door open for a stranger, compliment your neighbour on their collection of garden gnomes, let your partner have control of the TV remote for the evening.
However, you decide to celebrate remember that the best thing about Kindness Day is that it doesn’t cost a thing!
Exact Education are celebrating by asking our schools to nominate a member of staff for our Appreciation Award. The winner will be announced here on Friday 15th Nov. Good luck to all our fabulous teachers and support staff!