A program that illustrates the power of simple acts of kindness and the profound impact they can have on individuals, families and communities all around the world.
Homeless teens need refuge and look to acts of kindness to inspire them to overcome their situation. Does a little go a long way?
They say it takes 21 days for something to become a habit, so we’re challenging you to 21 days of kindness. Take a photo, share it online and use #INCGiving.
No one should ever go to bed hungry. In the Bronx, NY where neighborhoods experience the toughest of times, one neighborhood feels love and a sense…
Let your community know who you are! Use the INCGiving logo for all your community service activities!
Congolese refugees of war adjust to new living in Canada – and are welcomed to their new community by volunteers. How can you reach out and welcome someone…
Josephine cries with joy over a Saturday visit from children volunteers. A few hours of singing and dropping by, were enough to brighten the day of the residents. For more ideas on ways to do good with a few free weekend hours visit incgiving.org and ACT now.
A highlight reel of the moving moments that completed the INCGiving show in its 6th year. […]
Through school supplies, winter goods, or the preaching of the gospel, whatever is needed, the volunteers […]
A good jacket can keep you protected from the cold- and helping your fellowmen can keep […]