30 Day Kindness Challenge

Run the 30 Day Kindness Challenge easily with your students using MingaLite.
Featuring Houston Kraft!

Connect with your Students

MingaLite is an easy and education approved way to connect and engage with your students.

Kindness and Love

An amazing program that promotes self awareness, mental health and emotional wellness.

Sharing and Collaboration

Encourage your students to share their challenges and their thoughts and inspire others.

About Houston Kraft

Houston Kraft is a speaker, leadership consultant and kindness advocate that works with schools, conferences and events around the world. Houston and his team at CharacterStrong built the 30 Day Kindness Challenge specifically to engage students and educators in heartfelt and thought provoking daily exercises that promote love and well being.

Follow on Instagram @houstonkraft and @characterstrong or on Twitter @careacter or learn more directly at CharacterStrong.com

Houston Kraft

About MingaLite

MingaLite is the best way to connect and collaborate digitally with your students, other educators, and parents. Think of it like a private and safe Instagram or Facebook with more features built for teachers and schools. It’s more collaborative, has more education specific features, and is accessible from any smartphone, computer or tablet.

MingaLite is FREE for teachers during our current crisis because we’re all in this together and getting started is Free and Easy. Follow the instructional video after setting up your account to get started.

30 Day Kindness Challenge Program

Once you’ve setup your Minga and invited your students you’re ready to start the 30 Day Kindness Challenge. Just navigate to the Programs menu from the administrator menu on the right hand side (or top right menu icon) on your MingaLite and then add the 30 Day Kindness Challenge program. It will post a new challenge and video each day that gets shared automatically with everyone in your MingaLite.

Houston’s content is amazing and running it on Minga is so much better than Instagram. It’s more engaging and safe so I can let students comment and post. – Melissa Rodriquez, Teacher, San Diego, CA

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