We believe that even the simplest act of kindness, by the smallest among us, can have a big impact on our world. That’s why we created Mighty Kind, a magazine for compassionate kids and their grown-ups. Each issue of Mighty Kind celebrates the role of kindness in bringing the world closer together and empowers kids to get out in the world and be kind.
A MAGAZINE FOR KIDS
We started with the premise that kindness, empathy and compassion are teachable skills, just like any other. If we want to promote those skills, we need to actively provide opportunities for learning and practicing them.
In each issue, we aim to nurture young reader’s natural curiosity by featuring a shared human experience. We explore how those experiences are similar and different all around the globe. Next, we take a deeper look into a single country or region, bringing the far-away close through pen pal letters, fun facts, beautiful images and articles by traveling kid reporters. The next section, called “The Big Idea,” is devoted to critical thinking and self-development. These articles and activities focus on a core concept, like “diversity,” and explain it in plain and simple terms. We’ve included comics, poems and activities like journal prompts, to nudge kids to think even deeper in a fun and exciting way. Finally, our service and volunteering section aims to empower our readers to engage in the world around them. Whether it is creating cards for children’s hospitals or making no-sew dog toys for shelter animals, we show kids that they’re never too little to help make the world a better place.
MORE THAN A MAGAZINE
Our magazine aims not only to build a global community of kids who care, but also to be a resource to the adults who mentor them. Each issue includes a section for the grown-ups with articles from fellow mentors, tips from experts and fun surprises to give you the tools and confidence you need as you support these budding global citizens.
Printed on high-quality paper and crafted with timeless content, this magazine will earn a spot on your bookshelf and will be read and reread for years to come.
When it comes to kindness, we all have the capacity to be mighty. We hope you’ll join us in being kind, Mighty Kind.