Supporters

Thank You!

We are very fortunate to live in a community where so many amazing people, groups, organizations, faith communities, schools, and businesses are dedicated to eliminating hate, bias, and discrimination.

The 1,000 Acts of Kindness Challenge 2014 strives to encourage and nurture the development of hate-free communities; however, this vision can only be achieved through our ongoing commitment to creating communities that welcome, respect, value, and support everyone.

We thank you for choosing to act with kindness, caring, and compassion both throughout the month of October and throughout the year. Your decision to embrace and share kindness each and every day creates the hate-free communities we all deserve to live in.

We would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to each person who makes the choice to take up the Challenge and share kindness with others.

We gratefully acknowledge the generosity of rtraction, whose amazing staff have supported The 1,000 Acts of Kindness Challenge since 2009 through the creation and development of the Challenge website, strategic support, needs analysis, social networking, and as Challenge participants serving the community at large.

We also can’t thank Libro Financial Group enough for their generous sponsorship of this year’s campaign for the second year in a row. It is businesses like Libro and rtraction that offer monetary and in kind support that elevates initiatives such as this one and allows us to really reach out to the City of London as widely as we can and help others maximize their kindness potential!

We would also like to thank the following businesses and media outlets who have generously supported this year’s Challenge so far. Watch the list grow!

Minto Properties – Cherryhill Village Mall

 

Donut Cafe – Cherryhill Village Mall

We would also like to thank the Thames Valley District School Board and the London District Catholic School Board for their ongoing support and their dedication to creating a culture of caring within all schools through theirĀ  promotion of The 1,000 Acts of Kindness Challenge.