Raleigh, N.C. — Kindness is the message Andrea Griffith Cash wants to spread across the Triangle.
“Kindness can be done once a day in five minutes or less,” she said. And she is right.
Inspired by Chris Rosati, a Durham man with Lou Gehrig’s Disease and Inspire Media Network, the Triangle Kindness Project is a collaborative project that uses the power of Instagram to inspire others to think of creative ways to spread joy.
My little one wanted to participate in ‘kindness day’ and took some time this morning to make cards for her preschool teachers at Carolina Kids Academy. She also helped me make seed bombs yesterday that we packaged this morning in bright spring colors. I so appreciate all the teachers in my life; it’s such an important job, and one I don’t think I could do. ?: @guesthousepottery #trianglekindnessproject #teachers #iloveyou #fromtheheart #kindness #randomactsofkindness #kindkids
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“You just set aside five minutes to plan your acts of kindness for the day. It’s fun, approachable and feasible,” Cash said.
Each day, a different Instagram user populates the Triangle Kindness Project Instagram feed and documents a few acts of kindness throughout the day.