What is Class Act?
Welcome to Class Act, our award program which encourages schools to spread kindness around the world. Kindness comes in many forms, all of which have a positive impact on communities both locally and globally.
The award winner will be the group that is the most inventive in performing an awesome act or acts of kindness. They will receive $8,000 (or their country’s equivalent) for their school and have the opportunity to be featured on social media to serve as an inspiration to others.
The acts or projects can either be something planned and completed specifically for the Class Act award, or it can be something your classroom or school is already doing.
2nd May, 2021
Download our handy starter kit!
We’ve created several items to help get your Class Act project off to a great start, including a flyer, an introductory presentation, stickers and much more!
Got a school in mind?
If you know of a school in your area that’s doing fabulously kind things, why not let them know about Class Act? We’ve created a letter you can download, personalize and send to them which can be found in the kit above.Got a school in mind?
Questions? Contact ClassAct@RandomActs.org.
Vancouver Talmud Torah
Enterprise Middle School (EMS)
Marc Garneau Collegiate Institute
John R. Hummel Elementary School
Thank you for your submissions!
Thank you to everyone who submitted a proposal for Class Act. Winning proposals will be announced in the next few weeks.
The Colors of Kindness
Below are just a few examples of ways you can color your community with kindness.
Red - Advocacy
Example: Start an anti-bullying campaign, Write about a cause in your school newspaper, Create signs promoting inclusivity
Orange - Community
Example: Make care packages for the homeless, Start a community fundraiser, Write cards for first responders
Yellow - Compassion
Example: Start a kindness club, Undertake appreciation acts for your teachers, Hold a food/clothing drive
Green - Environment
Example: Organize a litter pick, Start a recycling program, Start a bee & butterfly friendly school garden
Blue - Self-Care
Example: Start a meditation group, Make medical masks, Create anti-stress lists for classrooms
Purple - Creativity
Example: Make art for a hospital, Act out a play for a local care home, Write about the importance of kindness in a blog
What is included in the award?
How to Document
We love to see your submissions and our favorites always include plenty of photos, videos, social media posts, and even PowerPoints!
- Take us through the journey of your project!
- From its conception, through planning, the progress made, and the overall impact.
- Highlight your favorite parts! We cannot wait to see it!
How to Submit
Please use the Class Act form to submit your proposals.
I have a question
If you have any questions about this award program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or connect with us and other participants over at the Random Acts – Class Act Facebook group.
Terms and Conditions
The Class Act Award is specifically designed for classrooms, whole grade levels, school groups, or entire schools. All participants (excluding any teachers who are assisting) must be 18 years of age or under and in full-time education. Homeschoolers are also welcome to participate; however, the awarded funds must be donated to a non-profit in lieu of being donated to a school. Should a homeschooled child or group win, they will be asked to nominate a non-profit for the award. Once Random Acts has verified the non-profit, we will donate the funds directly to the organization.
Random Acts recognizes the Class Act 2020 Honorable Mentions for their wonderful acts of kindness in their communities!
Random Acts highlights one of the Class Act 2020 runners up, Highland Avenue Elementary, and their amazing Ms. Alnita Pettiway!
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