Miami Beach Vows to be a City of Kindness

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Commission Unanimously Approves Signing the Pledge

 

The City of Miami Beach is joining the international movement to become a City of Kindness — recognizing how a simple act of kindness, big or small, can bring people together to build a stronger community. This initiative will launch a robust citywide campaign to include kindness challenges among residents, city staff, at Miami Beach schools, hotels and businesses.

“In light of recent happenings, both locally and nationally, it is more important than ever for us to focus on kindness instead of hate,” shared Commissioner Micky Steinberg. “I am proud to be a part of a city that values signing this pledge, and I am excited to work with our schools, businesses and residents to implement a great program and spread kindness throughout Miami Beach.”

City of Kindness is a coalition of organizations working to inspire kindness around the world, with its primary goal of affecting meaningful change among schools, professionals, young people, elected officials and companies. The kindness movement has been endorsed and promoted by many cities and celebrities, including Ellen DeGeneres, the Dalai Lama and Lady Gaga.

 

For more information on the kind movement, visit www.cityofkindness.org

 


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2 Comments on "Miami Beach Vows to be a City of Kindness"

  1. ” The kindness movement has been endorsed and promoted by many cities and celebrities, including Ellen DeGeneres, the Dalai Lama and Lady Gaga.”

    honestly, anything coming from lady gaga or ellen degeneres, nothing good can happen. And if you are strong arming our community into joint a virtue signaling contest, you should stop

  2. Elaine Litwin | March 19, 2017 at 11:24 am | Reply

    This is a totally great initiative. Long ago I suggested to Publix that the employees should notice if someone is nice to anyone else – helping to reach something, getting your cart out of the way etc. and hand out $1.00 coupons to those who show consideration. It is sad for us to be rated as one of the most rude places in the country and it is true!!!! I would love to see an attitude change.

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