Apps That Help Spread KindnessSimply download some apps that make it easier for you to share some kindness online. Apps for assisting the blind, raising funds for charities, preventing cyberbullying, and making new friends are a few of the free options easily found in app stores.
What Items Do Homeless Shelters Need Most?People often wonder, how can we help homeless shelters with the items they most need? Dignity Health hospitals and their community partners provide some input for this critical question throughout some key California locations.
5 Unexpected Ways To Teach Kids KindnessDignity Health helps teach children the power of kindness in surprisingly simple ways. By reinforcing humankindness every day, we can build a powerful tool to last a lifetime.
Dignity Health Sponsors Pink Paddler Dragon Boat For Breast Cancer AwarenessThe Pink Paddler Floating Support Group embodies their mantra, 'We’re all in the same boat.'
Woman Takes The Shoes Off Her Feet For A Stranger On The SubwayHow one act of unsolicited act of generosity and humankindness had a global ripple effect.
Teenager Shaves Her Head In Solidarity With Her Sister's Alopecia"No child should suffer bullying because of the way they look.”
Dignity Health MS Achievement Center Provides Community And Improves Quality Of Life“One of our primary goals is to form a community for people living with MS, so that people have a place to go and a forum in which to share ideas, concerns and joys.”
The Magic Yarn Project: Nurse Makes Princess Wigs From Yarn To Lift The Spirits Of Young Cancer PatientsLifting the spirits of children battling cancer is the thread that connects patients to volunteers in The Magic Yarn Project, the inspired idea of a former oncology nurse in Alaska that has reached all corners of the world.
Special Education Teacher Uses Kindness To Make Self-Worth SkyrocketBy sharing kind words, encouragement and personal compliments with his special needs students, teacher Chris Ulmer is on a mission to make a difference in the world.
Barrow Brainbook Introduces Gold Standard In Student Athlete Concussion Awareness To Bay AreaAn online educational program developed by Dignity Health Barrow Neurological Institute focuses on concussion awareness among students. Three high schools in the San Francisco Bay Area are among the first to participate.
Dignity Health Inspires 5 Million Students To Complete Record Number Acts Of HumankindnessIn a record breaking year, Dignity Health 2016 Great Kindness Challenge had more than 5 million students participate to complete more than 250 million acts of kindness.