5 Ways to Practice Intentional Kindness on World Kindness Day
1. Explore Ben’s Bells Tools for Kindness
The tools, crafts, and other activities on this page are ways to engage with our educational programming and support your kindness practice. Use these resources in your home, classroom, workplace, club/group, or elsewhere, and enjoy!
Ben’s Bells is successful because of the tremendous support of the community. Volunteers help create the Ben’s Bells that are distributed in communities, and the “Be Kind” ornaments and merchandise that are sold in our shops, helping to fund open art studios and kindness education programs.
3. Nominate a Kind Individual
If you know someone who inspires kindness within the Greater Tucson, Phoenix, or Connecticut community, nominate them for a Ben’s Bell. And remember, expressing gratitude is an act of kindness, so thank you!
4. Practice Self-Kindness and Treat Yourself
5. Open a checking account with Tucson Federal Credit Union
Open a checking account with Tucson Federal Credit Union in November and be one of the first 50 members to receive a Ben’s Bells Heart or Flower Ornament- a symbol of spreading kindness and making a positive impact! Promo code BENSBELLS
*Offer valid for new members only and limited to the first 50 new members. New membership must include savings & checking accounts, debit cards, online banking registration, and e-statements. Valid on accounts opened between 11/01/23 – 11/30/23. To receive your free Ben’s Bells Heart or Flower Ornament, fill out the form by clicking the link in @TucsonFCU’s bio. Members will receive the ornament no later than 12/31/2023. Federally insured by NCUA.tucsonfcu