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December 04th, 2013

Do the KIND Thing: Supporting Refugee Youth Through Sports

By KIND Editor

In 2004, Luma Mufleh took a wrong turn on her way home from work and stumbled upon a group of bare-footed children kicking around a deflated soccer ball in a parking lot in Clarkston, Georgia. A couple days later, she returned to the same spot armed with a fancy new soccer ball and asked the […]

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November 11th, 2013

How Would You Make the World a Kinder Place? Vote Today!

By KIND Editor

When you imagine a better world, what do you see? Each month, KIND supports one project with $10,000. Submit your inspirational project today and let KIND help you turn your vision into a reality. Do the KIND Thing for your body, your taste buds, & your world. Are you inspiring a new generation of artists, […]

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November 04th, 2013

Do the KIND Thing with Waves for Water and the KIND Community: A Firefighter’s Home Rebuilt

By KIND Editor

One month ago, volunteer firefighter John Gelalia was living in his gutted house on the New Jersey shore without furniture, electricity or running water. Although John helped to save lives and homes in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, he was also one of the hurricane’s victims, still struggling to rebuild his life a year after […]

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