Just Be Kind Club Coaching Package

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Just Be Kind Club Coaching Package

99.99

Join our JBK Coach training program! 

Let us help you lead a fun, meaningful kindness club for world-changing kids near you. Bring Doing Good Together’s unique kindness club curriculum to your school, youth group, or scout troop! Sign up and you'll receive

  • one-on-one training and year-end reflection meetings

  • a brief leadership guide and ongoing coaching

  • a binder full of curriculum materials featuring 8 topical club meetings (scroll down for details)

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DGT’s unique club curriculum is designed to get kids thinking, talking, and acting with compassion and empathy.

We believe this curriculum and your leadership are more important now than ever!

  • Studies show empathy is on the decline. According to one study, measurable empathy has declined 40 percent among college students. There are also measurable declines in empathy among middle schoolers, making 8 to 12 year-olds the ideal age for a kindness club.

  • Research finds kids are not seeing compassion and caring as priorities for the adults in their lives. In a fascinating study, researchers found that most children value personal success (achievement and happiness) over concern for others, and they say their parents and teachers do, too. The study calls this a rhetoric/reality gap – "a gap between what adults say are their top priorities and the real messages they convey in their behavior.”

  • Meanwhile, scientists have discovered that sharing kindness can have a profound impact on our sense of well-being. According to this wonderful article synthesizing the health impact of kindness, "people who are regularly kind have 23 percent less cortisol (aka a stress hormone) in their bodies compared to the average population."

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Thankfully, empathy and compassion are skills we can improve with practice.

For each of the eight club projects, we’ve prepared

  • group conversation guides designed to inspire big-hearted conversations during your meeting.

  • activity instructions to make an immediate difference in your community.

  • take home materials designed to empower students to lead their families in additional acts of kindness and generosity after your meeting.

  • book suggestions and conversation cards to deepen your exploration of the topic.