November is Kindness Month in Snoqualmie Valley

Here’s how you can participate throughout the month

The Snoqualmie Valley is celebrating Kindness Month in November.

Empower Youth Network (EYN) is hosting a series of activities next month in celebration of kindness and compassion in our community. EYN’s Youth Suicide Prevention program, which includes the #BeKindSV campaign, makes our schools, communities, and state stronger by facilitating meaningful change through simple acts of kindness.

EYN is grateful for the support of the community with this effort. The following entities and communities have joined together with the proclamation of November as Kindness Month: the cities of Duvall, Carnation, North Bend and Snoqualmie, and the Riverview and Snoqualmie Valley School Districts

Here are a few ways to participate:

Nominate A Kindness Ambassador: Snoqualmie Valley residents are invited to nominate someone in their life such as a child, teacher, coworker, or community member who spreads kindness to those around them. Submit their story here:

Pledge to Make Kindness “Business As Usual:” This campaign highlights local businesses and supports positive climate by introducing, modeling, and reinforcing kindness and inclusion. Businesses can take the pledge and receive a #BeKindSV window decal to display campaign support, and each business will be listed on the #BeKindSV Facebook page. Businesses can take the pledge here:

Kindness Movie at North Bend Theatre: Families are invited to a free special showing of “Wonder” at North Bend Theatre on Saturday, Nov 4. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. with complimentary snacks. This PG-rated movie is for all ages and tells a heartwarming story of compassion and acceptance. Register to attend here: