Pledge to Make Kindness Business-As-Usual

#BeKindSV is a community wide campaign provided through the Snoqualmie Valley Community Network's youth suicide prevention efforts.  This campaign supports positive climate by introducing, modeling, and reinforcing kindness and inclusion to improve upon health, well-being, and quality of life.

November is kindness month across the Snoqualmie Valley, but any day, week, or month should remind all of us that compassion, empathy, humility and respect are essential ingredients in the creation and maintenance of a kind and civilized society. And that kindness is a fundamental part of the human condition which bridges the divides of race, religion, politics, gender, age, lifestyle, abilities and socioeconomic status, and will create opportunity for acceptance that might not otherwise be offered.

We encourage your business to support the #BeKindSV efforts, throughout November and beyond, by pledging to create a positive workplace culture through kindness within your organization every day.

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* 1. Business/Organization Name:

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* 2. This organization will build a kindness culture that will include and inspire your entire team.

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* 3. This organization will treat all people with respect and compassion.

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* 4. This organization will show integrity and honesty.

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* 5. This organization will promote and value kindness.

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* 6. If you answered yes to all above statements, please provide a business contact name:

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* 7. Contact Email:

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* 8. Business Mailing Address:

By checking the "yes" boxes, the above business has pledged kindness - "kindness at work"!   

Please read and share this article on the benefits of kindness in the workplace.

We want to thank your organization for pledging to make kindness Business-As-Usual!  

We will be sending you an 8.5x5.5 "We Support #BeKindSV" window cling to display your campaign support.  We will also add your name to the business kindness pledge list on our #BeKindSV Facebook page.  Please join the group if you haven't already!

Click here to learn more about the Snoqualmie Valley Community Network.

If you have additional questions, please contact karla Russell:  karla@svcn.info
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