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INTERACTIVE ACTIVITIESWe hope you enjoyed Finding Kind! Now that you are officially a part of the Kind Campaignmovement, we are excited for you to take action by participating in three activities; the KindPledge, Kind Apology and Kind Card. We have witnessed these activities save lives, mend brokenfriendships, and start life-changing conversations.1. KIND PLEDGEThe Kind Pledge gives you the opportunity to take an action step in the name of kindness.Write down the pledge that you want to take to create change within your school hallways, yourcommunity and within your own life.Here are some examples of Kind Pledges made by girls from Kind Campaign assemblies acrossthe country.I kindly pledge to be kind to myself. To stophurting myself, stop blaming myself and to reachout and ask for help when I need it.- Amara, Boston, MassachusettsI kindly pledge to stop talking behind my friendsbacks and to stop participating in gossip. I promisethat I will not be a bystander and I will use my voicewhen I see others being bullied on campus.- Ruby, Salt Lake City, UtahNow take a couple minutes to fill out your Kind Pledge.Keep this pledge as a reminder of how you want to helpcreate change.Scroll to the next page to find the Kind Pledge.You can type directly onto it. Then you can save it toyour computer, screenshot it, or print it out.

2. KIND APOLOGYThe Kind Apology is one of the most important parts of this assembly. The Kind Apology gives youthe opportunity to write an apology to someone for something hurtful that you have said or done.Everyone has something that they can apologize for, us included. Apologizing to someone is notonly healing for the person that you’re apologizing to, but it’s also a healing thing for yourself aswell, so that you don’t have to look back on this chapter of your life and have regrets.This activity has transformed hundreds of thousands of lives and friendships across the country,has started important conversations and has mended conflicts that have been going on for years.After the assembly, we want you to give your apology to the person you have written it to. Youcould send it in a text, an email or you could print the apology and hand it to the person the nexttime that you see them. We know that may seem a little intimidating, but we promise, if you takethis seriously, you will see the most impactful change happen.Here are a couple examples of Kind Apologies shared by girls from Kind Campaign assembliesacross the country.Dear Kat,I’m sorry for not being there for you. I should havestood up for you and not followed the group that wastormenting you. I know we don’t know each other thatwell, but I should have spoken up and stood up forwhat was right. I hope you can forgive me.KINDly,Charlotte, Boise, IdahoDear Shantel,I’m sorry I got all our friends to turn on you. I did itbecause I was jealous of you. You didn’t deserve thepain that you went through and I wish so badly that Icould take it back. It had nothing to do with you andeverything to do with myself and my own insecurities.You are truly a beautiful person inside and out.I’m so sorry.KINDly,Becca, Detroit, MichiganScroll to the next page to find the Kind Apology. Youcan type directly onto it. Then you can save it to yourcomputer, screenshot it, or print it out.

3. KIND CARDIn our busy, everyday lives, we often forget to let people know how much we appreciate them. TheKind Card gives you the opportunity to share kind words with someone. It’s amazing to see how afew words can change someone’s day and even someone’s life. This Kind Card can be written toa close friend, or even to someone who you don’t know very well. Just like the Kind Apology, weencourage you to give your Kind Card to the person you are writing it to. Once you have filledout your downloadable Kind Card, you can send it via text, email or even print it out and share it.Here are some examples of Kind Cards written by girls from Kind Campaign assemblies fromacross the country.Dear Vanessa,I know we have never really talked beforebut I just want you to know that your smile iscontagious and I think of you as one of the nicest,most genuine people in our entire school. I wouldlove to get to know each other better before wegraduate. You’re also such a talented artist!KINDly,Tianna, Sacramento, CaliforniaDear Ariana,You have been there for me since elementaryschool. You stand up for what you believe in andyou are honest. I love how you always stick up forpeople. Your courage inspires me to be abetter person.KINDly,Chelsea, Charlotte North CarolinaKIND CARDDear,KINDly,Scroll to the next page to find the Kind Card. Youcan type directly onto it. Then you can save it to yourcomputer, screenshot it, or print it out.When you finish your Kind Card, continue theassembly by clicking the next button labeled,Founders Closing Video.OVEMENTJOIN THE Mrdign #kindcapamcaind@kmampaign.codckinw.ww

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Pledge, Kind Apology and Kind Card. We have witnessed these activities save lives, mend broken friendships, and start life-changing conversations. 1. KIND PLEDGE The Kind Pledge gives you the opportunity to take an action step in the name of kindness. Write down the pledge that you want t

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