The Power of Kindness in the World Spread by Kindness4All
Did you know kindness produces oxytocin, occasionally referred to as the 'love hormone', which aids in lowering blood pressure and improving our overall heart-health? It's important to try and make our world a safer, kinder place for not only for the good of it, but also to ensure the best health. Kindness4All is making it one step closer to having the world a more compassionate, loving place.
Kindness4All is a club that is trying to help make the world a happier, kinder, and more compassionate place. Kindness4All partners with different non-profits in their area to help make a change in the lives of local residents. Their club always looks for ways to help make kindness the norm in their community. They hope their initiative inspires others to be kinder and, most importantly, make them smile! They find Kindness4All especially important now during the COVID-19 pandemic, in a time of uncertainty and fear. A little kindness can help us all get through this time together.
Kindness4All was founded by Pranavi Reddi, a junior in high school. She is 15 years old and lives in Frisco, Texas. Pranavi created this club to help people become more aware of a superpower they all have: kindness. "Being able to make a change in other people’s lives through our daily endeavors is a power of unimaginable magnitude," said Pranavi. The work from Kindness4All's volunteers help make the world one step closer to a kinder and happier place. "That, in my opinion, is the greatest thing that we, as a community, could do for the people around us," she added.
Kindness4All was recently launched last month, and already reached almost 70 members. They also partnered with many non-profits in their area who help support their cause and mission. Kindness4All have many supportive members who are looking to further their mission.
In the future, Kindness4All hopes to make kindness the norm and help more people easily tap into their superpower of kindness. They are currently looking for more volunteers to help with their initiative.
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