In his rendition of Stone Soup, Jon J Muth offers a lovely example of the way individual generosity can lead to a more compassionate community. Building on this inspiration, Doing Good Together offers several practical suggestions to help your family enrich your community in simple, everyday ways.
Giving your family routine a few big-hearted upgrades can make it easier to raise thoughtful, kind kids willing to reach out to that new student sitting alone at lunch or brave enough to stand with the student getting taunted by a bully. Ultimately these kind routines will help children become adults who strive to make a difference in the world.
If we practice approaching family life as a cohesive team, we stand a better chance of making sure everyone reaches their full potential and enjoys a successful year. DGT’s strategies will help you get Team Family off to a good start.
To create peace in the world, we must strive for peace among our own neighbors, peace within our homes, and peace in our own hearts. Here, we share three everyday strategies to raise peacemakers.
At Doing Good Together™ we love to find ways to make a difference, not occasionally, but regularly, as part of the hobbies and habits we already pursue. Here are four easy ways you and your little one can make a difference with this summer's family vegetable garden and three essential reasons to make gardening your favorite family hobby!
For nearly fifteen years Doing Good Together has connected parents with essential tools to open a thoughtful dialogue with their kids. We've seen time and again that by reflecting on our experiences, volunteer efforts, and everyday interactions, children develop strong skills in compassion and problem-solving.
Did you know Doing Good Together™ offers everything you need to build a culture of kindness, connection, and shared responsibility in your community? Here we've gathered our most powerful tools to help you inspire a generation of "good guys."
It's crucial that we teach, role model, and practice apologies, along with forgiveness, so that when our inevitable, human mistakes happen, we have the skills to mend what's broken.
This week we are honored to welcome a guest post by Heather Von St. James. Heather is a 12-year mesothelioma cancer survivor and activist. Heather's experience as a parent and an advocate offers incredible lessons in resilient, big-hearted parenting.
Let's make one overarching resolution together: going forward let's share more intentional compassion, more love, more time with the people around us. Here are few tips to make it happen!