b kinder day: 22nd June
The world could use a little more kindness, so the purpose of b kinder day is to discuss kindness, empower and inspire. b kinder day is about connecting people, being inclusive and being kind.
b kinder day addresses what it means to be kind and was inspired by Billie Kinder who wanted to make a positive change in this world. Billie's initial and surname actually spells out b kinder. The day started in 2018 and the day has grown exponentially with countries all over the world taking part.
- Reddham House
- Margaret Jurd College
- Springton Primary School
- Thinkers Preschool
- Winterfold Primary School
- St Aloysius College
- Binjour Plateau State School
- Goonawarra Public School
- Bowen State High School
- Collingwood Primary School - UK
- Elmwood Primary School – UK
- St Phillips Christian College – Dale
- Glossodia Public School
- Darlington Public School
- Leumeah High School
- Moriah College
- Sacred Heart Mona Vale
- St Peter’s Primary School – Coleambally
- Barons Court Primary School – UK
- St Columba’s Primary School – VIC
start spreading kindness
b kinder cards
The main activity on b kinder day is for everyone to write/draw in a b kinder card and send a kindness message either to someone they care about or even pop one into a stranger's letterbox.
There are an assortment of 12 different designs, all blank inside and come with bright red envelopes. All orders over 20 cards include free b kinder day posters and b kinder day balloons. (b kinder day balloons are biodegradable).
In addition to sending a card, we encourage each grade/class to take part in other kindness activities.
We would love for everyone to take part on b kinder day and upload photos from your day to #flyhighbillie facebook and instagram pages.
Anyone can join in b kinder day; organisations, businesses, community groups and schools. In addition to sending b kinder cards, we encourage everyone to create their own activities around kindness. The acts are endless . . . making cakes for the homeless, handing out sunflowers to strangers and donating gifts or clothes to people in need.
b kinder day videos
"b kinder day is the most impressive and moving school and class event that I have witnessed in my 18 years as a teacher. Students displayed a deep sense of care for special people who had impacted their young lives. In writing their thoughts using b kinder day cards, students were able to express deep feelings. I would highly recommend any school to organise this day, to touch the lives of both young and old alike."
Geoff McNab Year 6 Teacher, Arndell Anglican College
b kinder cards sent