Seeds of Caring
Support Seeds of Caring to help kids develop the skills and the confidence to make a difference in our community.
Seeds of Caring empowers children to create a kinder community with their hearts, hands, and minds. It promotes service, social action, and community building through volunteer activities. Designed with age-appropriate education in mind, meaningful service projects are completed with added time for empathetic reflection.
Since 2016, the impact of the organization has skyrocketed from 285 participants to over 9,000 between the ages of 2 and 12. With summer approaching, Seeds of Caring is ready to take the next step—and it needs your help!
“Imagine a whole generation of children growing up to believe that through courageous kindness, they have the power to make a difference for good in their communities every day...that is what The Kindness Corps program makes possible!”
—Brandy Jemczura, Executive Director
A gift of $25 will provide educational and service project supplies for one child to engage in six weeks of programming through The Kindness Corps. If the project meets its goal, 300 kids will be able to learn about their community and positively impact local nonprofits. Your support for this Better Together campaign will help kids develop the skills and the confidence to make a difference in our community.
Its student group, The Kindness Corps, enables families, schools, summer camps, and other groups to nurture a commitment to kindness and find ways to take action. The Kindness Corps will partner with summer camps to complete service projects from June to August. Service projects will include: crafting cheer banners and kits for Nationwide Children’s Hospital, making snack bags for Clintonville-Beechwold Community Resources Center, and putting together welcome kits for Community Refugee and Immigration Services (CRIS).
We are Better Together!
“Our Kindness Corps program empowers kids from all walks of life with the knowledge that they can, right now, be contributing members of our community. Kids have all the tools they need to make the world a kinder, more connected place to live and grow, and our program helps them put these tools into action!”
—Liz Martin, Kindness Corps Coordinator
“Teaching a child that they can make a difference is incredibly impactful. I am grateful to Seeds of Caring for giving my family and me the opportunity to make this amazing program possible.”
-Candace Klepacz, Board Member
Empower kids to create a kinder community with their hearts, hands, and minds by designing meaningful opportunities for kids to engage in service, social action, and community-building.