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Kindness Club

Are you looking for a fun summer club for kids in your school, church, or neighborhood?  Consider starting a Kindness Club in your community to help spread joy and kindness!

Here are some testimonials of other WCIC Kindness Clubs!

Charter Oak (Peoria District 150) 

We absolutely loved having a Kindness Club here at Charter Oak. We got a chance to give thanks to our veterans, showing kindness to the earth by cleaning up, making cards for the school’s neighbors, and spreading kindness through chalk messages. 

FUMC Summer Camp 

Each year we complete service projects with our summer camp kids.  We enjoyed spreading mulch for Camp Wokanda, creating ‘birthday bags’ for children who would otherwise go without a birthday party and create ‘coupons’ to help our parents and guardians. A highlight is painting rocks to hide and provide encouragement throughout the community. The kids also created ‘thank you’ cards for our first responders. We’ve really enjoyed the Kindness Club!

Social Worker 

Our group explored ideas around “filling buckets” and how kindness is contagious, and have completed several projects. We created a video to teach our Preschool students about the Monique Burr Foundation’s 5 Safety Rules. We made “S’mores” bags for helpers around our school- secretaries, janitors, paraprofessionals, etc. Hand delivering them was a huge hit with kids and adults. We made dog treats for our emotional support dog, Mack…..and thank you cards for Officer Garner, his human, too! Our pilot year was an energetic success! Students who sometimes don’t have a special place and purpose in our building were given an opportunity to shine!  We’ve enjoyed the Kindness Club!

If you’re interested in starting your own Kindness Club, please email Tonya at [email protected].