Frequently Asked Questions

What exactly is KindCraft?

A non-profit organization that provides monthly service projects for families.

What is your mission?

Our mission is to create a community of compassionate children through engagement and involvement in humanitarian service projects related to aiding, clothing and feeding those in need.

What age group is KindCraft geared towards?

Families with children of all ages–however, everyone is welcome!

What is the difference between KindCraft events & Other Service Opportunities?

When we started KindCraft, our goal was to have a monthly service event for families. Recently, we have had a lot of requests for our group to help at other events in the community as well. We want to provide as many service opportunities as possible for our members, so we created 2 different categories to help people understand what are our events and what are other events we are supporting. KindCraft events are the once a month events that we put on and run & the other service opportunities are events that we are supporting but not organizing or running.

Is there a member fee?

No. If you want to be involved in our events then you are a member! 🙂

How can I get involved?

Register for events, donate to the cause, get some Kindness Cards & complete random acts of kindness with your family, invite your friends & spread the word!

How do I sign up for events?

Its easy! Look for the tab that says “Service Events” at the top of the home page and click on upcoming events. That will allow you to see the events that you can register for. Select the event you would like to attend and click register.

What are Kindness Cards & where can I get them?

We really wanted to encourage our kids to show kindness on a regular basis, in addition to our service events. We also wanted to provide something for families that may not be able to participate in the events for whatever reason that may be.

Kindness cards are used to do random acts of kindness for others. For example, you could pay for the customer behind you in a Starbucks line and have the cashier give them the card. You could bake cookies for a local fire station, attach the card and deliver them! Tape a quarter to the card and tape it to a gumball machine at the grocery store. Kids are so creative and I bet they will enjoy choosing how best to use the cards. Try to challenge them to come up with 10 different acts of kindness!

The cards serve a dual purpose. They encourage kids to share kindness with others and they also help spread the word about our organization. The “Kindness Cards” come in packs of 10 for a suggested donation of $1.00. You can pick them up at our monthly events but they are also available at:

TeaElla (the comfy chic boutique) 14101 W 135th St. Olathe, KS 66062

Finan Chiropractic 9209 W 110th St Overland Park, KS 66210

Bearden’s Stained Glass 7600 Metcalf Ave Overland Park, KS 66204

S&G Family Dentistry 11313 Ash Street Leawood, KS 6621w

Can I donate?

Yes! KindCraft qualifies as a 501(c)3 organization and therefore contributions are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowable by law.

Click here to donate.

Do we have to have a KindCraft shirt to participate?

No. The kids love having them but they are not a requirement.

How do I get a KindCraft Hat?

The KindCraft hats are available through a very generous business partner, Inner Feelings. They are $35.00 (this includes tax) and available at our service events. You can also send us a message here to purchase yours.

Where did the idea for KindCraft come from?

We were looking for service opportunities for families with kids of all ages and found it was more difficult then we hoped. Our goal, through KindCraft, was to provide an easy way for families to participate in monthly service projects.  See our full story HERE.