Putting Empathy Into Action

Here you will find different campaigns and programs to help parents and educators inspire kids to make a difference for others, share their story and celebrate those who are going above and beyond to BE FEARLESS BE KIND.  

A great resource to help youth put empathy into action is generationOn, the youth service division of Points of Light. Visit www.generationOn.org to access programs and project ideas to help youth take action in their community to make the world a better place.

KINDNESS RISING

Together with our fearless partner Youth Service America’s Kindness Rising Campaign, we are calling on youth to take the BE FEARLESS BE KIND Pledge to stand up for others, be inclusive, and make a difference and then put that pledge into action by completing a kind act or service project. For every youth, parent, educator or caring adult who takes the pledge between now and December 20th, we will donate a Hasbro toy or game to Toys for Tots for up to 50,000 children impacted by disasters like Hurricane Florence

Community Action Heroes

POWER OF ZERO

Power of Zero is a new innovative collaborative campaign dedicated to teaching children from the earliest ages how to be compassionate, resilient and inclusive online -- reinforcing the skills that young children will use to develop meaningful and lasting relationships throughout life. Leading national and global organizations, including No Bully, UNESCO, Microsoft, Hasbro, Facebook, Scholastic and AT&T formed this campaign to help raise the next generation of digital citizens to use their online voice for good.

Community Action Heroes

Each year since 2010, Hasbro has recognized a fearless group of young people between the ages of 5 and 18 for their extraordinary community service and volunteer activities as Hasbro Community Action Heroes. This award recognizes outstanding young volunteers who show that you are never too young to make a difference in your local or global community. 

Community Action Heroes

Involve students in reducing bullying in schools and promoting peace.  The peace summit engages students in raising each other’s awareness of the hurt caused by bullying and exclusion and in sharing their ideas for creating peace at school.

No Bully Peace Summits