Open Volunteer Position: Kindness Story Scout

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 "SmileGroups." Our weekly e-newsletter with top picks of kindness stories has grown to nearly 100,000 subscribers in a short time.

 

Volunteer Role:

Kindness Story Scout
We're looking for someone with a keen eye and heart for everyday kindness stories that really move people :) While we currently mostly only feature content written by members of this site, we're looking to broaden the content to include stories from other sites as well and this role would take the lead on "scouting" these stories.

 

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Volunteer Reflections

imageDec 06: OOOM's Top 100 Of 2018 -- Three From ServiceSpace! When Nipun visited Vienna two months ago, among his many meetings was a lunch with Georg and Christina Kindel. I was also delighted to join, and as ripples have it they have just published their...
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imageDec 07: Bowing Mantra I have always cherished my encounters with Rev. Heng Sure, and because of his most recent visit to our local Awakin Circle, two weeks back, I was delighted to get connected to this poem by him:
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imageDec 03: I Spent An Amazing Sunday Creating ... I spent an amazing Sunday creating dozens of earring and charms with my niece and nephew. We decided to help Santa spread Christmas cheer by giving these out to people who might need a smile.
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imageNov 25: Conscious Business & The Spiritual Wisdom Of Sounds Tami Simon is the founder and CEO of Sounds True, a multimedia publishing company that Tami founded in 1985 at the age of 22 with the mission of disseminating spiritual wisdom. Today, still...
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