Adults could learn a lot about kindness by watching how children interact with the world- a recent survey found 74% of people felt this was true.

To spread more kindness, Dignity Health turned to fifth grade students for inspiration. They asked the students who in their life could use more kindness and worked with them to surprise their friends or family members with the kind gesture, all captured in a video series.

The videos were created as part of Dignity Health’s participation in the Great Kindness Challenge as employees join more than 20 million students across the world to complete a checklist of 50 acts of kindness in one week

The Great Kindness Challenge, created by non-profit Kids for Peace, aims to create a culture of kindness in elementary, middle, and high school students, worldwide. Join the Great Kindness Challenge by downloading the family check list at

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