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Take the Kindness Challenge

The Alliance for Greater Good invites you to celebrate World Kindness Day by spreading kindness with small kind acts that bring people together.

Kindness is contagious- when people see someone else being kind, they are more likely to act kindly towards others themselves.

Take the Kindness Challenge

The Alliance for Greater Good is partnering with the Airfield Café to host a Kids Kindness Bingo Challenge. It starts on Sunday, November 6 when Alliance volunteers will give out special bingo cards, while supplies last to children at the Airfield Café. These cards are full of small kind acts for children to complete. Children can collect a raffle ticket for each bingo earned by November 13. The raffle winner wins a hoodie that has been donated by the Airfield Café.

“It's been great working on this family-friendly event with the Aversano family, who own the Airfield Café. Their enthusiasm and generous support have been amazing. Co-hosting this World Kindness Day celebration is just one example of how the Aversanos give back to the community." - Julie Johnson, Alliance Cofounder & President

Kids Kindness Bingo Cards will be given out starting on November 6 until supplies run out.

In addition to the bingo cards, volunteers will pass out kindness coloring sheets. Plus, each table will have a Kindness card that contains kindness ideas for adults.

“Kindness is what the Alliance is all about. I can't think of a better way to celebrate World Kindness Day than engage the community in a kindness challenge." - Bonnie Blaisdell, Alliance Secretary

The entire Lincoln Street School in Exeter, NH is taking the Kids Kindness Bingo Challenge. On October 26, two of the Alliance board members delivered 475 cards for their students.

Bonnie Blaisdell (left) and Julie Johnson (right) from the Alliance for Greater Good and Chris Clifford, School Counselor (center).
“The community at Lincoln Street School is excited to take part in World Kindness Day! It is super challenging to navigate all the social ups and downs that come with growing up and being part of a large community. Our students work hard to develop the skills they need to be their best self. Focusing on kindness and including a fun activity like Kindness Bingo will definitely help us on our journey." - Chris Clifford, School Counselor

To participate in the Kindness Challenge, stop by the Airfield Café starting at 7:00 AM on Sunday, November 6. Bring your children and grandchildren and help us spread kindness. If you cannot join us November 6, we encourage you to spread kindness with small kind acts. Click here to access our World Kindness Day tools.

For more information or to share ideas for future events, email the Alliance for Greater Good at, visit its website and follow it on Facebook.

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