Join the Kindness Academy!
Upcoming courses focus on:
"Taming the Tantrum"--how moms teach kindness to the littlest of our kids.
A Family Friendly Guide to teaching kids about modern-day slavery.
Virtual Kindness Summer Camp 2017.
Bust the Busy-ness: A customized experience to teach your kids to be kind.
Empower Kids to Be the Helpers!
Let's end entitlement, build empathy, and raise kind kids!
Join Pennies of Time in helping families meet the challenges of parenting in our times filled with materialism and impatience. Your donation will have impact in offering resources to help families make a difference in our world, in our communities.
Support Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month
Cancer doesn't discriminate.
It affects all of us no matter where we are from, what we like to do, whether we are dark haired or light haired, whether we like peanut butter or not.
How Can We Help?
Putting together a Chemo Care Kit for someone going through cancer treatment is a meaningful way to take action when we might be feeling at a loss. This project is also a learning experience as it teaches all of us what it is like, in a small way, to go through cancer treatment.
Want a Happier Family?
From doable ideas that you infuse to your daily schedule to the newest and easiest ways to get kids serving others through acts of kindness and service projects, we’ll send you resources and ideas.
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LDS.net features Pennies of Time and the work that is happening in raising kind kids, families that give back. A great read to hear how families can serve and how Pennies of Time started! Check it out!
Ideas for Your Family
Help Loved Ones with Chronic IllnessEveryone knows someone who struggles with chronic illness. Whether it
Kindness in the FamilyKindness in the family means that being kind and serving
Help Families Going Through Cancer TreatmentWatching a loved one or friend go through cancer treatment
Benefits from Serving OthersResearch is clear that being kind to others and serving