Girl Scout troops across the country are loving our fun patches for their uniforms.
If you are part of a Girl Scout troop, please contact me about earning a One Million Acts of Kindness patch.
On the One Million Acts of Kindness website is a box that says Kindness Certificate, any Girl Scout who agrees to have a mindset of kindness as a goal in her life, then prints one of the certificates with her name on it, frames it and hangs it on her wall in her bedroom gets a patch. The certificate is free. We do ask that a parent make a donation of any amount to cover the cost of the patch and mailing.
We ask that the other girls and troop leaders are made aware of this program so they would choose to do the same. We are trying to grow this grassroots effort across the country.
Thank you for your continued interest.
Bob Votruba and Bogart too!!
P.S. We hope that the girl moves this certificate with her as she moves from home to home throughout her lifetime, serving as a reminder that she has embraced kindness as a core value in her life, bringing only goodness to others as she travels her beautiful journey in life.
This is our wish for all the children of the world, your daughter included.
Everyone loves a party, Bogart and me included. With Blue Bird almost ready for “prime time,” with it’s freshly painted exterior, I accepted an invitation from Stacey Healy-Dooney to attend this wonderful get together. Nearly a couple dozen children and their parents came by to share in learning of One Million Acts of Kindness.
Bogart was in his glory, playing with all of the children and even taking time to help put his paw prints on the “Rescue Dog on Board” window.
Thank you to everyone for making this day a great success.
One Million Acts of Kindness has many supporters and followers across the world. Many of them help in one way or another to lend a hand. All of them offer words of encouragement.
One of my biggest supporters is Laura Pacter of Naples, Florida. She has been a major force in promoting my mission in southwest Florida, even convincing the Collier County Commissioners to proclaim as Kindness Awareness Day. This is a huge honor to say the least!
Laura even joined me one day to help paint Blue Bird. Thank you Laura, for all of your dedication and hard work.
Reverend Joan Marie Barringer has been a big supporter since the day we met. She is a cheerleader in spreading the word about One Million Acts of Kindness, even featuring my mission on her website. We recently got together in Vero Beach to have her work her MAGIC on the new Blue Bird. She wrote on the Kindness Bus a few years back and I had her write the same on Blue Bird.
Her magic for manifesting is: Meditate, Ask God, Give thanks, Imagine, Celebrate.
The 5th annual One Million Acts of Kindness Week is in the books and the planning for year six has begun.
Thank you to everyone who helped to make this week a big success once again. Your acts of kindness and community-wide events had a profound impact in so many lives. Know that someone was touched deeply by your kindness…someone who was in need of comfort.
Kindness always…all ways,
Bob Votruba and Bogart too!
One Million Acts of Kindness inspires people to share what they are best at doing.
I am the editor of The Stallion newspaper at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in TIfton, Ga. We will be visiting local high schools that barely have broadcasting/newspaper exposure. We would like to share knowledge of equipment, editorial and editing processes, and expose to students to local opportunities in media. I thought this would be a great little something we could do to bring some positivity to our community.