Keys to Kindness launched with the Unlock Kindness Campaign on December 10th, 2016 by hosting a pancake breakfast fundraiser for Mrs. Spafford at Hammond Elementary and poinsettia sale for Mr. Leist at Steinbrenner High School. The first Keys to Kindness, Community Kind Keys were given to individuals in our community recognizing them for sharing kindness in our community. We were also extremely excited to place 2016 KEYS TO KINDNESS, KIND KEYS in our community to share and encourage acts KINDNESS!!
A kind idea from 5th Grader, Colin Cagle, to hold a lemonade stand to raise funds for Jack Saville in need of a heart transplant started off the Be Kind Bananaza! 1st fundraiser for Jack Saville's heart translplant with a little lemonade stand that raised $2000.00. This started Be Kind Week and Keys to Kindness!
31 Hereos Ruck to Remember- Keys to Kindness, Honor Keys were sent to Washington DC in honor of our Fallen Heroes.
This event was held to honor and support our First Responders. Bird houses with Kind Keys were painted and placed at various fire and police stations.
Inspired by the Keys to Kindness, Kindly Blue Event, Sofia didn't waist anytime and put together her own event to share kindness!
Jack Saville an awesome 3rd grader at Hammond Elementary School in need of a heart transplant. Hammond Elementary School shared kindness like real Super Heroes!
An incredible foundation that helps children in grief. It is builds life long relationships and opens doors you would have never imagined. Beautiful.
A Kindly Clean up with Martinez's NJHS and Steinbrenner's Student Ambassadors for Keys to Kindness Events and the Church at Odessa!
Another great Hammond student Sam Young who was battling childhood cancer and is whipping it!
Kick it for Leist was a fundraiser sponsored by Steinbrenner High School for Mr. Leist a school teacher at Steinbrenner High School diagnosed with ALS. An incredible display of community kindness, love and support was shown in a variety of ways.
The First Keys to Kindness to be given to our Kind animals!
Hammond Elementary, a Kind Campus School hosted a Relay for Life fundraiser. Families enjoying time together and raising funds to fight cancer, Way to go Hammond Elementary School another great way of sharing kindness.
Be Kind Campus Week at Martinez Middle School's, Students, staff, and families coming together for a Kind Cause, a teacher's wife at the school battling an auto immune disease. Incredible acts of kindness shared not only by funds raised by bringing in loose change, but by leaving notes, making videos, meal trains, community give backs, and other quiet sweet gestures.