Teaching Kindness Today to Transform Tomorrow!
We are back in the classroom! We are teaching students about animals in the shelters and how they can help, whether it is care for their own companion animal, writing letters to request donations, spreading the word, or making toys for dogs and cats in the shelters. Together we build stronger communities by providing students tools to help others and by encouraging kindness and compassion.
This student made a toy and is working on a poster!
Why We Teach
We teach to spread kindness, inspire compassion, and galvanize courage. Nurturing kindness improves all our lives. The students respond enthusiastically and share their own stories about acting with kindness. Their positive energy and willingness to learn is contagious. Together we can strengthen and grow the global community of kindness.
How We Teach
Using videos and classroom presentations, we share stories about what it is like for people and animals to be hurt, lonely, scared, bullied, and discriminated against, and how students can help. In the videos our superhero, Hero Rosa, will guide children toward possible solutions and work with them to resolve the issue. Our short and fun educational videos are free online and available to anyone. Classroom presentations are available virtually or in-person in the Los Angeles area.
What We Teach
We teach kindness, compassion, courage, respect, and responsibility through storytelling. Humane education advocates for kindness to all people regardless of race, culture, religion, or disability. We also discuss subjects such as companion animals, wildlife, and the environment. Humane education instills compassion for all living beings and the importance of understanding that we are all interconnected.
Be a Hero - Get Involved!
Please donate, share our videos, and follow us on social media.
Want to help nurture kindness? We are grateful for all introductions to prospective partners and sponsors.
We would love to teach in your classroom, contact us to learn more. Classroom presentations are available virtually or in-person in the greater Los Angeles area.
Volunteers are needed for video production in Los Angeles, California.