Open Volunteer Position: KindSpring Story Editor

Team Info:

KindSpring.orgTo encourage anonymous acts of kindness, we started a fun game of tag -- do a selfless act for someone, and leave a card behind telling them to pay it forward. A million smile cards have been shipped anonymously without any charge through our site, members have shared 20,000 kindness stories as a part of KindSpring Community. Our weekly e-newsletter with top picks of kindness stories has grown to over 100,000 subscribers in a short time.

 

Volunteer Role:

KindSpring Story Editor
The KindSpring kindness portal has a social networking component called Smile Groups, which enables members to anonymously share stories about acts of kindness (they use nicknames). Our global team of editors reads all the stories lined up in the story queue and edits the stories so that they are ready to be published on the main site. The editors play a crucial role in encouraging new visitors to get involved in spreading the spirit of kindness! The role involves minor editing to correct typos, grammatical errors, etc At a minimum, we ask all editors to publish at least 5 stories per week.

 

More Context:

This role requires a strong background in writing, so professional experience in journalism or blogging is very helpful. On average, it will require about 3 hours per week.

 

Sign Up:

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Volunteer Reflections

imageMay 12: As We Broke The Fast In ... As we broke the fast in the Juvenile home, I was amazed at how the boundaries of religion only exist in our mind. In the four walls of the home, I witnessed 3 Muslim boys insist everyone - rest of...
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imageMay 11: Bloom Whereever You Are All in all you are just another brick in the wall -- Not at all - if you choose to bloom Even if you were never planted
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imageMay 18: Dear Friends In The Circle Of ... Dear friends in the circle of service. :) As I type this, I think with love and gratitude of all of you who have become part of the Buddhas on Death Row journey over the past months, and all of you...
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imageMay 13: Kindful Kids: Meeting Aggression With Compassion This week's 'Kindful Kids' newsletter is on Meeting Aggression with Compassion. Take a look."The kids who need the most love will ask for it in the most unloving of ways." -- Unknown
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