In Schools

TKC is proud to serve 82 Elementary Schools

Schools

Pilot Year

2015-2016
Schools

Year 1

2016-2017
Schools

Year 2

2017-2018

At the end of the 2016/2017 school year, TKC surveyed over 200 teachers and counselors from 50 schools in the Austin Independent School District to learn how TKC impacted their classroom.

Found their students to be engaged with TKC curriculum.

Would recommend TKC curriculum to other teachers and counselors.

Reported observing their students interacting with their peers with more empathy.

In the Community

HELP BRING MORE KINDNESS TO AUSTIN

Nordstrom Barton Creek will open their doors to KINDNESS on February 24th! The day will include a kindness walk lined with fun kids activities, our award-winning Magic Mirror experience, and our very own Enoughie Buddy!
Buy your tickets now for this exclusive event including access to all interactive activities!
100% of the proceeds benefits The Kindness Campaign.

DOORS open at 8:30am at west entrance by kids shoes EVENT 9:00 - 10:00am
$20 EVENT TICKETS ARE LIMITED TO 50 KIDS
EVENT INCLUDES:
"I AM ENOUGH" BACKPACK WITH COLORING BOOK, COOKIE, AND STICKER AND WRISTBAND FOR ACCESS TO THE SHOE-TYING CLASS, FACE PAINTING, BALOON ART, PHOTO BOOTH, MAGIC MIRROR, ENOUGHIE BUDDY MEET AND GREET, AND DANCE PARTY!

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 10:00am to 1:00pm
Not able to attend the private event? Please join us any time from 10am - 1pm while we keep the party going with option to purchase activity tickets.
Note: the shoe-tying class will only be available for the private event.

KINDNESSPALOOZA™ is an event unique to TKC designed to engage communities and corporate partners to join the kindness revolution!

{Email tkc@tkckindness.orgto host or sponsor a KINDNESSPALOOZA}

THE ADVENTURES OF ENOUGHIE: A STORY OF KINDNESS is a bilingual puppet production presented in collaboration with ZACH Theatre, Teatro Vivo, Glass Half Full Theatre, and The Kindness Campaign.

Enoughie is different from the other kids at school. He looks different than the other kids, with his furry, blue face and puffy antennae, so he doesn't always feel like he fits in with everyone else. One day, he takes an incredible to journey to figure out who he is and how he does belong.

Written by Caroline Reck
January 16 - February 23, 2018
Mexican American Cultural Center
School Shows: 10 a.m. and 12 p.m.
Grades Pre-K and up

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