Making Heartfelt Holiday Cards for children coping with chronic illness and their families is an easy, creative way to engage in mindful service at home, work, or school.
GivingTuesday is known as a global day of giving to support nonprofits around the world. It happens every year on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving and kicks off the giving season.
Halloween is usually all about the costumes and the candy, but at our Family Service event at Simpson Strong-Tie, employee families delivered a little extra sweetness to local youth patients.
Facilitating an all-girls middle school workshop with high school peer leaders at Carondelet High School checks all the boxes: service, connection, fun, and leadership!
When our children come to us worried about what they’re seeing or feeling about the world, how we respond makes a big difference. Knowing how to manage our own anxiety is just as important as supporting our children as they learn to experience theirs.
From the beginning of Mindful Littles in 2016, teens and young adults have been an integral part of our mindful service learning programs and community events.
Our Peace & Kindness Carnival is always amazing and partnering with Orinda Parks & Recreation for this year’s Carnival made it even more fun!
When Ryan Padgett signed up for our family program through Veteran’s PATH with his daughter Annabelle, he wasn’t exactly sure what to expect.
We are delighted to share that Mindful Littles is once again a recipient of a 2023 Excellence Grant from the Community Foundation of Lafayette.
Our first Community Mixer of the year brought together local parents, board members, staff, volunteers, and new faces to mingle and share why they support Mindful Littles.