Register today for Camp Kindness!
 
When kids discover their own powers to impact people through kindness, they become super leaders in their homes, neighborhoods, and schools! 
 

Click here for Bismarck Camp Registration: July 11-13

 

Click here for Mandan Camp Registration: July 24-26

 
Questions? Call Heather at 701-471-7606
 
 
Camp Kindness is a FREE camp
designed for kids going into Kindergarten through fifth grade.
  
Camp Kindness features music, play, movement, crafts, inspiring messages,
and even a daily “kindness homework” assignment. You won’t believe
the difference kindness makes in your family, and we can’t wait to partner with you!
 
 
Get a T-shirt that can change the world! 
To volunteer, call Heather at 701-471-7606
 
 
Captain Kindness inducting our 2016 class of Captains Kids! 
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Surprise Acts of Kindness

Captain K vs. Kernel Cranky

Cap Discovers His Powers

KX News on Captain K

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Invite Captain Kindness to your school or business!

Prime the “kindness pump” at your school, event, or workplace by inviting Captain Kindness to fly in.  “Cap” frequently meets with and speaks to students and staff in our community and loves to make appearances. Simply contact us to schedule an appearance!

Louis & Clark Elementary

 

Captain’s Kids Class of 2016

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Help Captain Kindness share the love!

 

Share your Kindness story below! 

 
Use the entry form below to share an episode of kindness sparked by this campaign. If you were the giver or the recipient of a surprise, please tell us what happened!
 
 

Captain Kinds wants YOU to share the love!

Captain Kinds wants YOU to share the love!

3 Responses to “Kindness”

  1. Marsha Fantauzzi says:

    I would love it if Captain Kindness would visit my daughter, Kimberley’s, school; Will-Moore Elementary. The principle, Bradly Barnhardt, is the type of teacher that would welcome and encourage something like this. I highly suggest you contact Will-Moore and see what you can do to have Captain Kindness come.

    Thank you,
    Marsha Fantauzzi,
    Mother of Kimberley Rand, 2nd Grade, Mrs. Kaiser’s class.

  2. Jill says:

    I am the giver of 4 kindness cards.

    1. I gave canned food to a local food pantry.

    2. Followed inspiration immediately.

    3. Read books to a group of Kindergarten children.

    4. Tipped generously. Waitress was always smiling and very quick. She received a 40.00 tip from us!

  3. Kaddie Gade says:

    We would love to have Capitan Kindness come to the Child watch Program at the YMCA! We are working to integrate more Bible stories and lessons on good values into our teachings and could use the aid of the Capitain!

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