Who is a teacher/mentor that you are grateful for and why?
What is something that you learned from a mentor that you are grateful for and why?
In 2019, 40.7% of all Colorado students, 379,563 children, qualified for the Free and Reduced Lunch program (Colorado Children’s Campaign). With the average parent spending $117 on standard classroom supplies each year (National Retail Federation), it is no surprise that many struggling families simply cannot afford the expense of school supplies for their children. Many kids are unequipped with proper essentials to start their school year.
By providing children in need with a brand new backpack with grade-appropriate supplies in it, you are helping children go back to school equipped and ready to learn.
Please follow the instructions on this card to create your own Kynd Code. This Kynd Code will be included in the final kit.
*Make note of your Kynd Code. You will use this code at the end of the project.
This is for you to spread extra kyndness to someone in your own life. Consider writing a note to a friend, loved one, or colleague that you are grateful for. Address the note and send it in the mail or give it to someone in person.
DO NOT include this in the finished kit.
Write a note to the recipient letting them know what a worry stone is and place it in the decorated canvas bag or backpack for them to carry around in their pocket or backpack at school.
KyndHub is an online community that gamifies volunteering, acts of kindness, and gratitude.
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