Welcome to World Kindness USA
World Kindness USA (WKUSA) is launching on the back of a 20 year international campaign, which has over the last five years seen national kindness bodies established in the Australia, UK, Europe, Africa, Asia, and now the USA. Designed to bring people from a diverse background together to unite a nation on the platform of kindness regardless of politics, race, religion, gender, sexual preference, age and even zip codes, to see a kinder world realised in our lifetime.
We are not a governing body, WKUSA is a platform for national collaboration based on a foundation of kindness designed to encourage and support all sectors of our communities to engage in the global campaign for a kinder world. Our membership base is not specifically for “Kindness” organisations as it seeks engagement with Cities, Government Departments, Business, Education, NFP Community Groups, Peak Association Bodies and Individuals of influence. Harnessing the goodwill and ideas from across the nation and indeed the world. We are positioning WKUSA to deliver outcomes for real change by engaging cities to support our member’s campaigns and activities which is a key element to our charter to implement the global strategy for the greater good. Our work will support our members campaigns, research, education and events, all designed to ensure Kindness is firmly on the national agenda.
World Kindness USA was registered as Not For Profit in mid 2017 and following a unanimous resolution by international delegates at the 9th General Assembly in Seoul, became a full member of the World Kindness Movement, the peak global body representing 28 nations. We received recognition and independent international endorsement as the peak US National Kindness body by the World Kindness Movement’s International Council on 13 December 2017 after the motion was put and resolved unanimously . We are encouraged by the overwheming expressions of interest we have already received from Cities, Schools, NGOs, Charities and businesses at a time when the world struggles to be the best it can be, too often seeing good people captured by a campaign of fear and hate.