Want to know more about Random Acts of Kindness Week? Here's some more information:
Random Acts of Kindness Week is recognized around the world, and is intended to celebrate kindness. In Wyoming, Governor Matt Mead has signed a proclamation making it “Wyoming Random Acts of Kindness Week”. In addition, School Superintendent Jillian Balow has encouraged schools to find a way to integrate kindness curriculum and efforts into schools across the state.
Multiple cities including Casper, Gillette, Rock Springs, Green River, Cheyenne, and Lander are signing their own proclamations and initiatives, and dozens of schools will participate through student-led efforts to share kindness. Additional information can be found on the website www.kindnesswyoming.org.
Wyoming School Superintendent Balow comments, “I can’t think of a more central Wyoming value than kindness. Join us for Random Acts of Kindness Week 2017”.
Chris Murray of Casper serves as the volunteer project leader and comments, “Amidst all of the challenges and chaos we face on a daily basis we wanted to initiate a project that reminded people to be kind to one another. We have been shocked at how well received the efforts have been and look forward to seeing kindness take over the state of Wyoming from February 12-18, 2017”.
Be on the lookout for random acts of kindness in your community, you never know where they might appear!
So go to www.kindnesswyoming.org or on Facebook and post your favorite acts of kindness with hashtag #kindnesswyoming all one word. Can you do it? I’m sure you can! Tell us about something kind you saw or did. And make Wyoming and the world a better place.
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