Our Impact

There is nothing little about the Mindful Littles impact. 

Since October 2016, we have created powerful transformative changes for both our program participants and the communities they serve. 

The Multi-Fold Impact of Mindful Service Experiences 

We have engaged
more than

5000 participants
in over
160 mindful service experiences

Through this program we have directly supported over

30 nonprofits
and
14 social causes

Strengthening Community Connections through Highly Engaging Experiences 

Our programs are designed for high engagement and to motivate our program participants to continue caring about the greater good. 

“The event had quite an impact on my 7 year old son, Caden, who, after assembling hygiene kits at your Mindful Littles event, decided to raise money for the kids in Haiti on his own. I think what you are doing through the Mindful Littles program is wonderful, and it’s obviously having an impact on children near and far.”
I was so happy that I could put a smile on his face…Sometimes we take for granted all the small things life gives us: a warm bed, clean water, healthy foods, snuggling with pets, and protection from storms and violence.”
– 5th Grade, Mindful Littles participant
“Honestly before the workshop I was really stressed out on how I could be a better ally.  Through hearing stories from the Black community…I now know what I can do to help the fight and know that it’s okay to ask questions and start a conversation about anything that I am unsure about.  And most importantly- it’s even stressed on me more about how important it is to take a step back and listen.” 
—Participant, Racial Justice Workshop

87%
of teachers found the Mindful Littles program highly engaging

-Orinda Union Impact Report

 

The Social Impact on Communities 

Our service experiences elevate the impact for the beneficiaries.  We teach our participants to give gifts full of intentionality and love.  

“A clinician just popped into my office and shared how one of our kids loved the positive words on the hygiene kit. The youth said it felt like Christmas – all because of a hygiene kit. Amazing.”
—Beth Goldberg
Director of Development, Youth Homes

From assembled backpacks to warm meals to peace kits and so much more, our service project donations have provided
in-kind donations valued at $100,000 for nonprofit partners and counting.

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Community groups served
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Peace kits delivered
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Backpacks and hygeine kits gifted
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Students reached through digital lessons

Because of it’s immense impact on children and community, our Healing Initiative in Paradise was renewed for 2021 by the Butte County Office of Education with a SAMHSA federal mental health grant, and we brought our program to a Fresno County community impacted by wildfires, Pine Ridge Elementary.