Be Kind Utah Campaign

Be Kind Utah campaign is designed to increase and build awareness of acts of kindness throughout the state of Utah. The goal is to record 1 million acts of kindness in 40 days during Utah Family Month (Mother’s Day to Father’s Day)!
 

Our hope is the Be Kind Utah campaign will:

  • Increase compassion in Utah communities.
  • Support Utah’s effort to become a trauma-informed state by bolstering emotional resilience.
  • Strengthen community bonds by developing empathy, respect, and humanity among community members.
  • Support community members by providing information about community resources.

Be Kind Utah Pledge

Help spread kindness and pledge to Be Kind! Submit the number of acts of kindness you plan to do during Utah Family Month and help get Utah to 1 million acts of kindness!

Amount of Acts of Kindness you or your company will do

Share A Kindness Story With Us

Help us highlight the good in and around you by sharing a story that made a difference in your life.

We would like to share these stories on our social media to get others involved and excited about being kind and Be Kind Utah!
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Share a photo and your experience on social media! Be sure to tag The Family Place Utah or use the #BeKindUT so we can count it toward our goal. Most importantly have fun BEEing KIND!

Scavenger Hunt

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Kit De Bondad Extendida

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Búsqueda De Amabilidad

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Kindness Kit

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Kindness Tracker

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Kindness Stories

Unexpected kindness is the most powerful, least costly, and most underrated agent of human change.

– Bob Kerrey

“My friend and I saw a homeless lady who was in need of food and diapers for her 4 children so we went and bought her supplies.”
Helping a Stranger

“On one of our evening walks we came across an older man struggling to move an oven from his truck to his garage. My husband stopped and offered help. He was so happy for the help that he offered us two beautiful rib-eyes to grill at home.”
Kindness Returned

“An older lady yelled at a young man because his dog pooped in her yard. He apologized and quickly cleaned it up. The next day, the young man was mowing the older lady’s yard. Such an inspiration of kindness from the young man.”
Humble Kindness

“My parents bought me coffee and lunch because they knew I was having a hard day.”
A Kind Gesture

“My baby ended up in the hospital during the quarantine. My husband couldn’t come in so I was alone and isolated but trying to work. Another mom called and asked what she could do. I said, “I don’t know. All I can do is sit here. I don’t even have chocolate to comfort me.” Not an hour later, the nurse brought in a bag of chocolate from my friend. The note said “You’ve got this.” That chocolate made me feel like that could be true.”
Helping A Friend In A Simple Way

Spreading Kindness Through Social Media

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