Project Helping Launched the Kynd Connections Program

Virutal connections facilitated by the Project Helping team.

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Kyndfulness

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About Us

MENTAL WELLNESS

 

Everyone should have an opportunity to improve their mental wellness every day. That’s why we built kyndfulness – a daily practice that improves mental well-being through volunteering, intentional acts of kyndness, and gratitude.

VOLUNTEER

 

Volunteering is an effective, meaningful way to build your mental wellness. We make it ridiculously easy to join meaningful and social volunteer experiences specifically designed to improve mental well-being.

THE SCIENCE

 

You know it feels great to help others and make a positive impact. But, did you know, helping others also has amazing mental wellness benefits. There is also a great deal of science to back it up!

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Kyndfulness

Volunteer

Volunteering is the first pillar of kyndfulness and a great way to build your mental wellness. We have over 35 opportunities to get involved with each month. Each of our events is specifically designed to get the most out of your experience.  Find a meaningful, social volunteer experience to get started.

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KyndHub

KyndHub is an online community that gamifies kyndfulness. Find volunteer experiences, share your kyndfulness, and connect with others who are doing the same. Sign up to join a community of people who are making an incredible impact on the world and practicing kyndfulness together.

KyndHub

KyndKits

It can be difficult to find the time to get out and volunteer. That’s why we developed KyndKits. Now, you can have volunteerism and acts of kyndness delivered! You sign up, we make the kit, you create the impact! Supplement your community impact by having it delivered to your home or office. KyndKits are small, meaningful volunteer experiences and acts of kyndness that you can do anywhere, any time.

KyndKit
Sign up to receive daily or weekly kyndfulness prompts

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Our Amazing

Kynd Leaders

Ali

Ali

Kynd Leader
Annie

Annie

Kynd Leader
Andrew

Andrew

Kynd Leader
Jayzle-May

Jayzle-May

Kynd Leader
Jon

Jon

Kynd Leader
Bridget

Bridget

Kynd Leader
BY THE NUMBERS

Our Impact

1429
Volunteer Experiences
9873
Volunteers
27016
Volunteer Hours
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Our Blog

The Importance of Kindness During a Pandemic

Life as We Know It. Here we are, several weeks into shelter in place. The news is sobering at best, we’ve all but given up wearing anything other than pajamas or sweats, and toilet paper has become one of the nation’s hottest commodities.  Days of the week have become arbitrary and April seems poised to … Continue reading The Importance of Kindness During a Pandemic

The Big Feelings: Loneliness

Have you ever felt lonely in a world full of people? Ever since I was young I have always loved having someone to talk to or have wanted someone around me. I didn’t start feeling an overpowering feeling, that I ignored, until the end of elementary school. This next year meant a new school district … Continue reading The Big Feelings: Loneliness

A Teen’s Experience with Depression

Dealing with depression and anxiety is a rollercoaster. You say I’m not alone but I am petrified. My hands sweat, my heart beats so loudly I can hear it and feel it. Sometimes my stomach hurts and you may think is butterflies that come with the excitement of new situations but it feels like a … Continue reading A Teen’s Experience with Depression

School Shootings and Mental Health: From the perspective of a high-school student

I have lived in Highlands Ranch ever since I was four years old with immigrated parents from Vietnam. I learned how to work hard and play hard. Living to balance the two worlds of American culture and traditional Viet culture was and still is a task to handle. As I grow older, my parents allow … Continue reading School Shootings and Mental Health: From the perspective of a high-school student

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