The Kindness Campaign empowers people, which makes a strong community, through service, stewardship and selflessness. We believe in the power of the people to build strong communities.
The Kindness Campaign implements fearless approaches to initiate social change and improvement by taking risks on new ideas and approaches, partnering “across lines” with people and organizations that share our belief to engage people and change the community for the better, today. We don’t limit ourselves to any one sector or issue, but instead let a set of core values drive all our initiatives.
The state of our environment plays a major role in the well-being of residents and the local community. Some of our blocks are being endangered by littering, pollution and destruction. There are several steps we take to counteract current negative environmental trends, many of which can save money, health and positively affect the overall community. We partner with
people and organizations to promote environmental stewardship.
Community Home Gardening
The state of our health plays a major role in the well-being of residents and the local community. Some areas are “food deserts” while others have a lack of options for “minimal to non-processed foods. Some people do not know how to live healthy. There are several steps we take to counter
act declining health, many of which saves money, relationships and positively affect the overall community. We partner with people and organizations to promote health stewardship.
Healthy Food Choice
Exercise Physical Activeness
The state of our safety plays a major role in the well-being of residents and the local community. Some of our blocks are infested with violence, despair and hopelessness. Safety is necessary to
ensure everyone in the community reaches their potential. There are several steps we take to stop increasing violence and despair, many of which saves money, lives and spirits.
Violence Reduction Activities
Education And Employment Stewardship
The state of education and employment plays a major role in the well-being of residents and the local community. Many of our schools are without adequate resources. Our community is without employment opportunities for many. Education and employment opportunities are necessary to ensure that everyone in the community have a present and future while simultaneously being contributors. There are several steps we take to address lack of education resources and employment opportunities, many of which ensures a happy people and a prosperous community.
Youth Enrichment Programs
Adult Professional Development
Resources Referral Coordination
MEET CHRISTOPHER WATTS
For as long as I can remember, my life creed has always been “When you can help, you have a moral obligation to help without consideration of consequences or reward-- you must help.” From this, Christopher Watts, MBA, a long-time resident of Chicago, launched The Christopher The KINDNESS Campaign 2013.
Christopher is a recipient of the 2018 Archbishop James P Lyke African American Image Award from The Knights of Peter Claver, Ladies Auxiliary St Felicitas-St Albie Court #181, 2015 CARRE Visionary Award from The Safer Foundation - Council of Advisors to Reduce Recidivism through Employment (CARRE) and 2013 Community Partner Award from The Center for Advancing Domestic Peace.
Christopher has held many title in the role of consultant, contractor and employee including Project Manager, Trainer, Program Manager, Business Services Manager, Assistant Site Manager, Tax Office Manager, Career Counselor and Education & Employment Manager.
Christopher Watts - MBA, B.A.,