Today we are announcing the fourth annual 100 Acts of Kindness Challenge!
This year we are so excited to team up with Megan at Coffee Cups & Crayons again to share this special challenge with you.
One thing that brings our family happiness and peace is spreading kindness! Although we like to be kind all year long, during the month of January and February we love to kick off 26 days of kindness!
Our 100 Acts of Kindness Challenge is inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and that is why we are starting it on the day when we honor him. Dr. King encouraged people to show kindness and love. He asked…
“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’
During our challenge this month we are going to help teach our kids to look outward and be kind and DO MORE for others in simple ways.
What is the 100 Acts of Kindness Challenge?
Between January 19th and February 14th we invite you to join us and work together with your kids, students, grandkids, or friends, etc. to accomplish 100 Acts of Kindness!
Each day we’ll share some ideas with you to help you accomplish this challenge. You can even subscribe to our daily 100 Acts of Kindness newsletter and get a few ideas sent to you via email each day.
Each week we will also issue a special Kindness Challenge for you to try and accomplish that week! These are usually my favorite part of the series.
How can you participate?
1. Comment and let us know that you plan to join in!
2. Subscribe to our newsletter if you want daily updates sent to your email inbox.
3. Decide how you are going to keep track of your 100 acts of kindness. This year we created a simple printable chart if you want to print it off and cross off the numbers or stick a sticker in each box each time you do an act of kindness.
We’ll share some other ways we’ve kept track of our acts of kindness later this week. This Wall-o-love one has been one favorite way to keep track of our acts of kindness.
4. Complete each weekly Kindness challenge! This heart attack challenge is my favorite from a few years ago.
5. Come check in with us each day over on Facebook and tell us some of the kind acts that your kids have done.
6. Plan a special kindness celebration on February 14th once you’ve completed your 100 acts of kindness and come tell us about it!
Are you ready to join in?
Here are some resources for you as you get started…
Coffee Cups & Crayons has created an awesome printable 100 Acts of Kindness chart filled with ideas of things you can do to complete your goal. I’m printing this off and sticking up on our fridge!
Our 100 Acts of Kindness Pinterest Board is filled with loads of ideas that you can try.
Coffee Cups and Crayons has an amazing resource of kindness activities on her blog! Megan is truly the kindness queen and is always coming up with fun ways for her kids to show kindness to others. I am so happy to have her partnering with me again for this challenge this year. I always learn so much from her!
I am so excited to kick off this challenge this upcoming Monday! If you haven’t already, subscribe to our newsletter and then come back on Monday January 19th for our first Kindness Challenge!