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Choosing Kindness Competition for Kids

We have lots of decisions to make in life and choosing kindness is always a good solution. 

Our mum Susan Goddard was absolutely BRILLIANT at this and was such a lovely, kind person – she volunteered to help with reading in lots of schools, she helped out many people who were lonely and needed support and she always had a smile for everyone.

She was a shining example of someone who chose kindness every single day.

This competition and award is in her memory.

Why?  Because kindness matters. Choosing kindness matters

 

Choosing Kindness

“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.”

—Aesop

 

 

Who can enter the Choosing Kindness competition?

In order to enter the choosing kindness completion you have to be at primary school, so age 4-11.

 

How to enter

Have a think about kindness and what it means to you. You can write a poem about it, make a craft, tell us a true story (or a made up one) in fact you can do anything you like that represents kindness in some creative way.

Entries must be made with parents/carers permission and sent from the grown up’s email address with Choosing Kindness Competition as the subject header to Becky.Goddard@ntlworld.com

Alternately the creation can be shared on Instagram tagging @beckygoddardhill using hashtag  #choosingkindnesscompetition

 

Choosing Kindness

 

 

 

The prizes

The top 5 competition winners chosen by Tricia and Becky (Susan Goddard’s daughters) and they will win a copy of Create Your Own Kindness.

The overall winner will win £50 for a charity they choose plus a £20 Waterstones Voucher and a copy of Create Your Own Kindness, as well as receiving  the 2021 Susan Goddard Kindness trophy. 

 

 

Choosing Kindness

 

 

Choosing Kindness Competition ends: August 14 2021 – Good luck everyone! 

 

Take a look here for a year full of kindness ideas

 

 

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