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For us education is the key. So we got together with a team of passionate academics and created the Kindness Curriculum
We launched in May 2020 and now it is being used by more than
3,500 schools across Australia, the USA and the UK..

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Putting the kind in humankind

The Kindness Factory is a not-for-profit that creates educational programs in schools and universities, to help foster a kinder community.
And it all starts by logging a small act of kindness — whether that’s calling your mum, helping out at a homeless shelter, or simply being less of a knucklehead and more of a legend. Because even the smallest act can make a big difference.

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Thanks for everything fam ❤️ ...

How good! 😊 ...

In our final episode of the Pinna Original Podcast One Small Act, we’re talking about the most important person you should be kind to: yourself! As we explore the concept of self-acceptance, you’ll meet 12-year-old Aiden Taylor who, after being teased about his hairstyle, wrote a book called “Me and My Afro” which celebrates uniqueness and self-love. ...

A huge congrats to one of our very first ambassadors @a_healy on her appointment as captain of the Australian Women’s Cricket team. A deserved honour and we will always be grateful for her support of us as an organisation. We wish midge and the team well for the up coming tour of India. ...

We interrupt your day with a Public Kindness Announcement. Call your mum, go easy on the apprentice and stop trolling! These are just three very simple ways to be kind this World Kindness Day - Sunday 13 November.

We’re going for 1 million acts in a day and we need your help to get it done! Log your act at or by using the hashtag #onesmallact

Huge thanks to our pro bono campaign partners @wavemakeranz @vmlyr_anz and @unltdaus for your incredible support in bringing this all together.

November is all about giving thanks and a perfect time to explore gratitude in the latest episode of the Pinna Original podcast One Small Act. We’ll touch base with Kath Koschel, founder of the Kindness Factory and one of the driving forces behind this podcast on how expressing gratitude is one of the kindest gifts you can give. #kindnessfactory #onesmallact ...

We’ve been busting at the seems to read this by our founder @kathkoschel - introducing Kindness the book. Available in all book stores January 2023, pre orders taken at the link in @kathkoschel’S bio ...

Danny Ings wearing headphones entering the pitch with Riley Regan from AstonVilla disability football sessions.

Riley needs to wear headphones to block out the noise, so Dan joined him.

Small gestures can have a big impact.

Football has the power to unite.

Maybe it’s no coincidence Dan scored 2 goals in the first half 💜

October is #EmotionalWellnessMonth and in the latest episode of the Pinna Original podcast One Small Act, we're talking about the importance of mindfulness & meditation. You'll hear from 14-year-old Layla Sharp about how running helps her calm her mind and give her the space to think through problems - allowing her to approach situations with kindness. ...

Todays the day! It’s fiver for a farmer day here in Aus and our mate @jacksmatesfoundation is at it again raising money for our flood victims. So throw on a flanno and a hat and show your support! Every dollar matters! We are so proud of you Jack! ...

Little story.

So my husband tells my son (who has autism) to run in and get a take-out menu from Sun Restaurant. They even practice it in the car beforehand. Then my son goes in and my husband is waiting…and waiting…and waiting…so finally decides to see what’s going on. What’s going on is that my son is at a table, eating. Apparently, he told the hostess “I’m hungry.” So she sat him down and asked what he wanted to eat, and he answered: “beef.” She told her cooks, “hurry, this boy is very hungry,” and made him a beef curry with rice. She said that he was so sweet she was planning on letting him eat for free.

I ❤️❤️❤️ Sun Restaurant in Williamsville. If you end up there, thank them again, from me. For their kindness, and for treating my son like family.

Credit: Sandra Block


We see you 👀

Who is this person in your life?

The latest episode of the Pinna Original podcast, One Small Act, is all about honesty and how telling the truth is an act of kindness - even when the truth is scary or even sad! You'll hear from Dubai teenager and climate activist Sagarika Sriram, who's raising awareness about pollution and climate change through her charity, Kids for a Better World. Tune in to hear how she got started and why being honest and telling the truth is the best way to teach kids what they can do to help.

We want to hear from your kids! Help us share their stories by emailing us their acts of kindness to

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Wholesome fun.


Meet 14-year-old Ruby Kate Chitsey, who at 10 started a charity to grant wishes to nursing home residents called 3 Wishes for Ruby. In the latest episode of the Pinna Original podcast, One Small Act, hear how it all began and how humility allows her to put others' feelings & needs first.

We want to hear from your kids! Help us share their stories by emailing us their acts of kindness to

A very good use of data 👏 @mcdonaldsau


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