Self-Care for Houseless

Self-Care for Houseless

From WildlyKind Non-Profit

WildlyKind is hoping to support members of Agape Village, a tiny house village in SouthEast Portland. We are raising money to purchase 40-50 1-pound Coleman camping propane cylinders which residents use to cook food.

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We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in Oregon. With the help of Volunteers, we go out into the community to spread kindness through individual and community-based acts of kindness. 

Our three kindness tiers are (1) Random Acts of Kindness in the Community; this can look like volunteers going out and buying groceries for strangers, etc. (2) Kindness Pop-Ups; we table at different parks in the city and handout free kindness flowers with affirmations written on them and (3) our largest project, our Self-Care Kindness Kits; we partner with local businesses to create beautiful self-care kits that we donate to healthcare workers, mental healthcare workers, members of the houseless community and teachers (depending on the month). 

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