This resource list will grow as we accumulate favorite books, stories, films, interviews, blogs and podcasts to inspire our #KindInKind community for this year’s quest: Spread one act of kindness every single day. 

The list is organized by each day’s Kindness Calendar Quest first. At the bottom, you’ll find research and resources for all types of kindness.

Please share your favorite resources and I’ll add them.

February 1

February 4: Rosa Parks’ Birthday
The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks by Jeanne Theoharis. 

Why February 6 Kindness Calendar says: Seek out a book or film set in a community different from yours:
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichi. “The danger of a single story.” TED Talks, TED Global, July, 2009.

Where to Find Diverse Books
100 Best Films About Human Rights and Human Kindness


On Kindness. Adam Phillips and Barbara Taylor.
The Power of Kindness: The Unexpected Benefits of Leading a Compassionate Life. Piero Ferrucci.

Doing Good Together
“Our mission is unique and deeply layered. We provide tools to both families and organizations to help them raise compassionate, engaged children. Our innovative activities, resources, and support help make empathy and “giving back” a natural part of life’s early lessons.”
“We are a nonprofit with a bold hypothesis: Kindness is the catalyst in solving the world’s biggest challenges. We believe a kinder world is possible, and we’re here to make it happen.”
Random Acts of Kindness
“Our mission is to change schools, the workplace, families and society through kindness. We work toward that goal by creating free content that promotes kindness toward others & teaches important kindness skills to kids.”