October 2015 – The Honey Foundation Monthly Newsletter
Recorded by Eric in AZ
It is Easy to hate. It takes strength to BEE gentle and KIND!
Up Coming events
The Wigwam Beer and Bacon Festival
The Wigwam Resort in Litchfield Park is hosting the Beer and Bacon Festival for the second year and a percentage of proceeds are donated to The Honey Foundation's Kindness Education Programs. We need volunteers ages 19 and over to help pour beer and run our booth. We would love your help to continue our mission to inspire others to BEE Kind!
DATE: 10/24/2015 (Sat 5:00PM - 9:30PM MST) LOCATION: 300 E Wigwam Blvd Litchfield Park, AZ. 85340
To sign up to volunteer, go to:
The Honey Foundation’s Kindness Education Program at Odyssey Preparatory Academy for the 2015/216 school year
The Honey Foundation’s Kindness Education Program continues to educate and inspire students at both Odyssey Preparatory Academy Elementary schools this year! Odyssey Preparatory Academy is now taking a leadership role in Kindness by creating a Kind community in their school. The Odyssey faculty is recognizing their Kind Scholars daily by providing them with Stay Sweet BEE Kind Stickers! The scholars are receiving the Kindness Education lessons monthly and are asked to perform kind acts often. Odyssey Scholars are leading our world to KINDNESS! Contact us if you would like our Kindness Education Program at your child’s school or a school year you! Pollinating the world with Kindness, one school at a time!
We are currently taking donations to help educate the youth about kindness. We are looking forward to the 2015/2016 school year and we plan to bring the Kindness Education program to a school in your community. Please contact Jaime Clarke at [email protected] or 602-615-8743, if you or any business wants to spread kindness with us and inspire others to be kind.
Today I received a ButterflyCoin from my supervisor. This inspired research to find other kindness movement platforms like HoneyFoundation. I am grateful for the inspiration and easy of use of this Honeybee ID cards.