Making Compassion a Habit


We strengthen connectedness through compassion experiences for all ages.

With ever-increasing rates of social isolation and loneliness, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has stated that connectedness to school and home is the #1 most protective factor for youth well-being and resiliency. 

At Mindful Littles, we believe in the power of compassion to empower youth to feel connected to themselves and those around them—their peers, schools, families, and community. 


Mindful Community Service Experiences to Uplift Youth Well-Being

Every program seamlessly integrates our feel good-do good model to engage in purposeful community action. 

Engage in FEEL GOOD practices to strengthen mental well-being and connectedness, 

while practicing DOING GOOD through community service, to support youth well-being.

Our Impact: Restoring Connection in School Communities

Mindful Littles has been at the forefront of restoring human connection in school communities.  

Watch this video to learn about our powerful impact.


“It takes a village to raise a child.”

—African Proverb

Our vision is to bring compassion education to as many children as possible, and  we can’t do it alone. That’s why we bring our compassion programs not only to schools and youth groups, but to workplaces as well. 

For every workplace program purchased, we expand our capacity to bring mindful service learning programs to communities in need.  

Our unique, multi-faceted business model supports our nonprofit sustainable long-term growth.  

Your support helps fund our compassion education programs. 

Make a donation today!

"Wow, on behalf of our Girl Scouts troop, a heart-felt Thank You for the thoughtful and enlightening workshop! We are so excited about the breathing and movement skills you shared, linking the concepts of feeling good and doing good, and reminding us these calming tools are useful everyday! This was an invaluable workshop, really well done, and we so appreciate what you all do!”
— Bay Area parent and Girl Scout Troop leader
"I would 100% recommend this program to any school or district as a way to help students learn and utilize social/emotional life long skills and strategies to become more engaged and better learners."
— Michelle John, Superintendent, Paradise Unified
"I learned that in life you have ups and you have downs. I learned something...that is not easy to learn. I learned how much one person can change a whole community."
— 5th grade participant, Mindful Service Learning
$20 helps us reach 5 children in need.

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