Meet Maya, Ability Awareness Project's Youth Ambassador of 2018-2019 leading the Kind And Safe Schools Club at Sage High School, Newport Beach.
Our year-long Kindness Programs are designed to keep the momentum going after our bullying prevention presentations. The purpose of this program is to engage ALL students to collaborate together on these projects and keep their attention on how to be kind to one another. Utilizing the Student Council, clubs and teachers (at least one teacher is needed to oversee the process at Elementary Schools) Youth Ambassadors are chosen every month. we will either guide them every to set up their own Kindness Initiatives at their school or we can come to the school and facilitate the program. We encourage to have a different Youth Ambassador of Kindness each month to engage their own group of diverse friends to implement each activity.
WE provide 25 Kindness programs for 25 weeks of school year. They can be done as often as you wish to create a culture of kindness.
In addition, each grade of every school we visit will receive our World Kindness Card so we can track the acts of kindness that are happening for each grade. World Kindness Cards keep a diary of the acts of kindness as it's passed from person to person. Two weeks before the end of a year, we use the stories of kindness that are registered on each card to determine the King and Queen of Kindness who then will each receive our special Kindness Plaque from us.
Every Youth Ambassador will receive a World Kindness Card to keep.
KINDNESS PROGRAMS CAN BE IMPLEMENTED FOR PARENTS, TEACHERS, SENIOR CENTERS AND CHURCHES AS WELL AS WORKPLACE.
Support our cause and receive a World Kindness Card. Your generous donation will directly fund our mission and is tax deductible through our fiscal sponsorship with OneOC, EIN #95-2021700