Environmental Impact

Classic Kynd Kit

Clean Up Your Neighboorhood!

We encourage you to use the garden gloves in your kit to go pick up trash. Take an hour out of your day, grab a trash bag, go on a walk, and pick up the neighborhood around you. Thank you for making a difference in your community! 

Decorate Canvas Tote

Every year, Americans throw away 100 billion plastic grocery bags. Decorate this reusable tote to take on your next trip to the store while reducing plastic bag waste. Tip: place a piece of paper in the tote before decorating. This will prevent the marker from bleeding through the tote.

DIY Wildflower Seed Bomb

1. Find the following items:
  • Wildflower seeds
  • Paper
2. Tear a few sheets of paper into small pieces. 
3. Slowly add water and mix slowly until the mixture becomes sticky like dough
4. Add some of the wildflower seeds and roll into a golf-ball sized ball.
5. Let the seed bomb dry out. 
6. Scatter them where you want them to grow (preferably on top of soil or compost), and let nature do the rest.

Tip* You should have enough supplies to create 2-3 seed bombs. 

DIY Butterfly Feeder

1. Find the following items:
  • Compressed Sponge (4.75×2.95 in.)
  • Twine
  • Sugar water
2. Bring two cups of water to a boil.
3. Stir in one cup of white sugar.
4. Mix until the sugar is dissolved.
5. Allow the mixture to cool completely.
6. Soak the sponge in the homemade sugar water and allow it to expand completely.
7. Wrap the twine around the sponge so that it cinches in the middle, and tie a knot. Be sure to leave some extra length of twine attached to hang the feeder from. 
8. Hang outside from a branch or awning.
8. Check often and Re-soak with sugar water as needed.

Make a Bee Bath

A bee bath is a simple bee water feeder that you can add to your garden or outdoor space. It’s a way of attracting pollinating guests to your yard over and over again.
1. Find the following items:
  • Small reusable planter tray
  • Rocks (go outside and find some larger rocks to put in your bee bath)
  • Additional material (optional)
2. Wash the tray and rocks to be sure they are free from any pesticides.
3. Place the included rocks into the tray. These will provide a place for the bees to land near the water. (Optional: Add additional material to the bee bath, such as sticks, sea shells, or additional stones).
4. Later, fill the container with water and place it outside near plants or a garden. Refill it frequently to continuously attract bees to your space.

Reusable items to prevent the use of additional plastics

  • Use the reusable ziploc bag for leftovers or snack bags.
  • Take the reusable straw with you when you are on the go .
  • Take your reusable produce bag on your next grocery run to use for you loose fruits and vegetables.

Delivery Options

This kit is designed for you to keep or distribute yourself to someone you know. 

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Dollars for Doers​

If your company offers a Dollars for Doers program, you can submit the time you spent building your Kynd Kit to benefit Project Helping.

Official Name: Project Helping

Website: ProjectHelping.org

EIN/Tax ID: 45-2442366

Nonprofit Classification: 501(c)(3)

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