We are making an impact on littles and bigs in our community. We’ve inspired some littles to do service work on their own. Below are just a few testimonials from local parents and some spotlight stories of some amazing Mindful Littles.
We teach mindfulness and compassion to the entire family.
We can’t have mindful littles without mindful bigs so our work emphasizes compassion education not only for youth but for the entire family unit so that we can sustain long-term change beyond our workshops and events.
We provide practical tools and tips during every service learning project and every workshop that can be taken home. Further, we are building a digital library of Kindness Projects and Mindfulness Activities that parents can integrate into their everyday lives.
We inspire youth to continue compassionate action and to feel good, while doing good.
We create the WOW factor in our work to inspire compassion through engaging experiences. The result – Mindful Littles participants have time and time again been inspired to continue engaging in compassionate action after they have attended our workshops and programs. Check out some of these inspiring spotlight stories.
We provide institutions the capacity to offer compassion education programs.
Institutions such as public schools, faith-based institutions, public libraries, youth groups often would like to to offer service learning programs or compassion education for youth, but because of competing priorities are unable to provide these programs. We organize every detail of a service learning program or a compassion education program aligning with the key objectives of the institution.
In Fall of 2017 we launched our first Cares program at the Orinda Union School District to offer a new model for service learning and compassion education at public schools.
We elevate and support other nonprofit organizations and community causes in need.
Since October 2, 2016 we have partnered with over 50 community organizations to elevate different causes and provide high-quality products and goods to help the individuals that nonprofit serves.
Nonprofit organizations such as food banks or shelters, often have restrictions or operational challenges when it comes to engaging elementary-aged children in service programs. Our service learning projects are managed off-site so not only raise awareness amongst younger families but also create meaningful products that beneficiaries can utilize.