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April 14th, 2016

What A Million Acts of Kindness Looks Like

By KIND Editor

Words by Genevieve Ang Brian Williams was only leading his second high school assembly when he met a girl that would change his life. He had been going to schools to challenge students and teachers to do one daily act of kindness for fifteen days, and even though this particular assembly was nothing special, — “this was in […]

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December 18th, 2015

A Year in Review: Catching Up with Rescuing Leftover Cuisine

By KIND Editor

In December 2014, New York City based nonprofit Rescuing Leftover Cuisine (RLC), took home a $10,000 grant from KIND Causes. Since then, a lot has happened in their world. We sat down with Co-Founder Robert Lee to catch up. 1. What does Rescuing Leftover Cuisine do? Give us the elevator pitch! Rescuing Leftover Cuisine is […]

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May 12th, 2014

KIND Causes for Team Lentil: Winner Update for Lentil’s Lucky Charms

By KIND Editor

How would you use $10,000 to make the world a better place? A puppy named Lentil and a determined animal rescue foster showed KIND Causes how kindness and empathy can make a profound difference in the lives of strangers. Last year, an adorable french bulldog puppy with a double cleft nose lip palate appeared on […]

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