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Frequently Asked Questions

Who can participate?

We invite all schools (PTAs, too!), families, individuals, teams of co-workers, faith groups/congregations, and more to join the Community Kindness Club movement.

What is the Community Kindness Club?

The Community Kindness Club is a fun challenge that invites teams of do-gooders to complete acts of kindness from the safety of their homes. We support participants with suggested acts of kindness, a fully-customized online acts of kindness tracker, weekly do-gooder team leader boards, and more.

Why participate in the Community Kindness Club?

  • Team members will be motivated with positive momentum, productivity, & hope.

  • Schools can use the Community Kindness Club to keep PBIS efforts strong by encouraging students (and families!) to be their best selves.

  • Teams will receive positive recognition in the community from media (we'll send a press release!), views on social media, and more.

  • Team members will feel socially close while remaining physically distant.

  • We will all do real good for our community in this critical time!

We're in! How do we get started?

If you're an individual, reserve your spot here and wait for our launch within the next week. In the meantime, consider sharing the Community Kindness Club with friends and family so we can do as much good as possible!

If you're a team leader...

  1. REGISTER your team.

  2. GET PEOPLE EXCITED: Once you register your team, we will send you a digital toolkit for recruiting do-gooders to participate on your team. Registration for team members is a quick & easy process! All they need is a name, an email address, and picture (optional)!

  3. SPREAD THE GOOD: Consider challenging another team to some friendly competition! You can email another team leader to issue the challenge, call them out on social media, or email us directly to nominate other teams. 

I have more questions. Who do I contact?

We're here to make sure you are successful! Please reach out to Character Counts Mid Shore's Executive Director, Lauren Weber, at

The Community Kindness Club initiative is a free program of Character Counts Mid Shore that is made possible through the generosity of our community partners.

This program is sponsored in part by the Talbot County Arts Council, with funds from Talbot County and the towns of Easton, Oxford, and St. Michaels.

We extend many thanks to our friends at RaiseCraze for their generosity.