The Ultimate Goal of Kindness Week

January 22nd, 2010

One Million Acts Of Kindness Week,  February 8-14, 2010

All Schools, Colleges, and Universities are welcomed and encouraged to take part in this very important week. Become a part of this growing movement.

One Million Acts Of Kindness is a goal. A goal for every individual to perform one million acts of kindness in their lives.

The ultimate goal of this week will be to convince students to pledge to perform one million acts of kindness in their lives. This could quite possibly be the greatest goal in every student’s life.

Kindness will change this world.

If you are a student, professor, administrator, or anyone involved with an institution of learning, contact us to register your school for this first annual weeklong event @

Our goal this year is for one hundred schools to take part in this week. Please help us reach our goal.

7 Responses to “The Ultimate Goal of Kindness Week”

  1. I’d like to first thank you for your dedication and inspiration! I read an article about your commitment which has inspired me to incorporate your challenge with our ‘I Love My Library’ in February. Lawrence Library is a public library located in Pepperell, MA (population 11,000+). The past few years we have included a food for fines week as part of our I Love My Library month. During this week we waive overdue fines in exchange for nonperishable food items which are donated to the local food pantry. This year I’d like to add your ‘one million acts of kindness week’ in our promotional materials to help spread your message.

  2. You may. I thank you for helping to spread this very important message of kindness

  3. Terri says:

    We are spreading the word Bob and so are our kids! God Bless!

  4. Deborah Twombly says:

    WOW! I am so impressed with your mission. I would like to help by spreading your word and will follow your site over the years (now in my bookmarks). I would like you to think about visiting middle schoolers where some of the greatest acts of bullying occur (sometimes leading to death among this age group.) Kindness needs to be a theme in schools. If kids feel safe in their classroom with more acts of kindness they learn more, can take risks, and open up. Can you come east and visit us in Portsmouth, NH? I am fifth grade teacher. Any suggestions of ways to promote your kindness movement among young people?

  5. Chuck says:

    I’m also impressed by what you have set out to do. I want to come along, have an extra bunk on that bus? My dog, that I let my wife talk me into putting down, was also named Bogart. I have posted your story to our forum ( to promote your efforts. Good luck and let me know about that extra bunk.

  6. Karen says:

    We sent you an e-mail to sign up for Kindness Week. Hope things are going well.
    Little Saints Crew

  7. Cassie says:

    Hi Bob and Bogart!

    What an amazing thing you are doing and inspiring others to do. I heard about this in Chicagoland Tails magazine that just came out. I have a dog site and blog, so I plan on spreading the word on there! This is so inspirational, one person (and four-legged person) can make such a huge difference. How amazing to be a part of something so much bigger than ourselves.