Here's the truth about the holidays. One family alone cannot cancel the chaos. We cannot simplify our way out of the year-end hustle. And we just might need a little help! If you have some spare energy that you didn't have a year or two or twenty ago, reach out to a family you love with gifts that will lighten the worry weight of the holiday season.
Share hygge (pronounce hoo-ga) this holiday season with Doing Good Together's compassion-themed count down to the new year!
Here at Doing Good Together, we'd like to suggest one small addition to your family adventure: plan for a few intentional acts of road trip kindness.Let's teach our children that our essential values of compassion and empathy don't take a vacation. Acts of kindness are a natural part of daily life, even on the road.
Infuse February with kindness! Create with intentional, personal, big-hearted traditions and fill your month with community, compassion, and good deeds.
Resolve to be stubborn for the sake of kindness. Being stubborn, in just the right way, can help us make a big-hearted impact in our communities and beyond. We'll show you how!
Amid all the fanfare, are we helping our children understand the meaning behind the patriotic decorations?
Our family is moving our introspective celebration of gratitude outward. We're transforming our seasonal giving of thanks into an outpouring of appreciation, kindness, and love for those who help make our lives themselves treasures.
These party-worthy kindness ideas are fun, plus they will help family and friends work together for a cause, think about others, and learn about community challenges.
February is the perfect time to gather your child’s school friends, invite your neighbors, and host a party to celebrate compassion. Create beautiful, funny, loving cards to send to nursing home residents or a children's hospital.