Honoring Teens Who Exemplify Extraordinary Kindness
The Kindness Project, an initiative of the Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit and Partners In Torah, has established a new program, the Kindness Stars, to honor exceptional teens in our community. Kindness Stars are teens who do, or have done, an extraordinary act of kindness; who have volunteered above and beyond any school or religious program requirements; or have created or participated in an innovative kindness program.
Who can be a Kindness Star?
Anyone in grades 9-12 who resides in Metro Detroit.
What actions might describe a Kindness Star?
Perhaps you know a teen who, without being asked or paid, shovels snow in front of his/her neighbors’ homes, or a young individual who volunteers to babysit for a family where money is extremely limited. How about a group of students who organized a toy drive to benefit children who are homeless or started a recycling program at school? These ideas reflect the kind of initiative, commitment and activities that define a Kindness Star.
How do I nominate a Kindness Star?
Simply complete the linked form.
How are Kindness Stars chosen?
A panel of judges from the community will review the nominees and carefully select those who best exemplify the criteria noted above. The Stars will be honored at a ceremony Monday, June 17, 2013 at the JCC in West Bloomfield. All nominees, their family and friends, will be invited to attend the recognition ceremony. All nominees will be recognized.
Who can I contact if I have any questions?
Please call Ariella Monson at 248.432.5530, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please click on the above logo to be taken to the nomination form.