PPF Teams up with Spark Kindness

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In 2018, PPF sponsored 3 different speaking series through our Platinum Sponsorship of Spark Kindness. The series touched on spreading kindness to help alleviate bullying in and beyond our community. This fall we would like to bring yet another series that will touch on resilience, supporting one another, and how connecting and spreading kindness can change the world.

Below you will find information on our three upcoming events this fall. If you would like to find more Spark Kindness events and programs, visit their website here!

Raising Resilient Children in a Stress Filled World

Thursday, Oct 10: 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at Natick High School

“Anxiety among children is on the rise. In this presentation Dr. Robert Brooks—a leading expert on resilience—will describe specific strategies parents and other caregivers can employ to help children manage stress effectively and become increasingly self-disciplined, caring, hopeful, and more resilient.”

In Search of Greatness: How to Support Healthy & Successful Youth Athletes

Wednesday, Oct 23: 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at Natick High School

“This inspiring documentary film features interviews with sports icons about the factors that led to their success, including creativity, play, and a positive mindset. Following the movie, the Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) will moderate a discussion for parents, coaches, and student athletes.”

The Art of Connecting: How Small Acts of Kindness Can Change the World

Sunday, Nov 17: 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm at Wilson Middle School, Natick

“Simple acts of kindness can change our lives. Megan Murphy, founder of the Kindness Rocks Project, will share her inspiring story as well as ideas for families and children to promote kindness in the community around them. Her talk will be followed by “hands on” projects and activities that are fun for individuals and families!”