Contribute to the JCC's Kindness Wall

Color Kindness and Celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Day

Published Monday, February 17, 2020

The Jewish concept of tikkun olam, which means to repair the world, is incorporated into nursery school curriculum, youth activities, and every day interactions here at the JCC. One of the simplest ways to live tikkun olam is to practice kindness -- to yourself, to others, and the world around you. While kindness is important every day, “Random Acts of Kindness Day,” offers a special reminder that small actions can have a big impact.

Help us celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Day by contributing to our Kindness Wall with an uplifting picture or message. A table with crayons and kindness-themed coloring sheets can be found near the children’s entrance. You can also download and print the coloring sheets at home. 

Download All (PDF)

Download Individual Sheets (JPG)

Make Someone Smile Today

Choose Kind

Kind is COOL

Throw Kindness Like Confetti

Be The Rainbow

Remember, kindness matters every day. We hope these messages inspire you to do something kind for someone and spread the message of tikkun olam.



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