This November, Fairfield Celebrates the Month of Kindness

This November, Fairfield Celebrates the Month of Kindness

Join this movement as alumni, parents, and friends of Fairfield across the country participate in the Student Alumni Association’s “Month of Kindness” all November long. 

As Fairfield’s annual Teddy Bears with Love Drive is postponed to ensure everyone’s health and safety this winter, the Student Alumni Association is hosting a Month of Kindness initiative during November to continue the tradition of spreading holiday cheer with those who need it most. The Month of Kindness event encourages the Fairfield community to simply perform at least one act of kindness during the month of November to raise awareness for the importance of being kind all across the globe. As today, November 13, is World Kindness Day, there is no better time to share your positive Stag spirit with those who may need some support.  

The Month of Kindness initiative also supports the Fairfield community’s Jesuit spirit of being women and men for others, calling students, alumni, parents, and friends to join us in being kind. Participants can come up with their own unique act of kindness or check out our Month of Kindness homepage to choose from a list of ideas, or visit inspirekindness.com or randomactsofkindness.org for more inspiration. 

Anyone who completes a kindness project is encouraged to share their story with us by:

Learn more at fairfield.edu/monthofkindness.

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Last modified: 11-12-20 8:48 PM

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