Pennies of Time: Teach Kids to Serve

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About us

Pennies of Time is a resource for parents and volunteers to integrate into daily life more service projects and acts of kindness designed to teach kids to be kind, empathetic, and to recognize and respond to community needs. 

From easy acts of kindness to service projects to help those in need, Pennies of Time provides the knowledge and support needed for families to create meaningful kindness habits. 

Jenn, Busy Mom of 4 says: 
You (Pennies of Time) SHOW how kids can help and how we can do this as a family with a busy schedule. 

Each time we serve with our kids we are (1) teaching them, (2) helping another, and (3) building meaningful memories that will outlast the rest. Serving and being kind to those around us create powerful experiences that will shape families in positive ways. 

What Pennies of Time offers: 

Tested and tried acts of kindness and service projects. We have done these and so can you! 

Monthly Twitter chats, #servechat, focused on needs in the community and how families, including kids, can help meet those needs. Examples of #servechat topics: Helping Veterans, Meeting the Needs of the Most Hopeless, Kindness in Schools 

Book suggestions to help create the environment for quiet and meaningful conversations about kindness, serving others, empathy and compassion. 

An 8 week mentoring program with close support from Sheila and Kindness Experts on specific projects that you can do in your home and your community. Family Kindness Adventure Program 

Help coordinating between families and nonprofits so that families can help meet the needs of the community by supporting local nonprofits.

Contact information

Government ID number: 473615487


McKinney, TX, US

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