“Showing compassion toward others can help make the world a kinder place.”
What is a Golden Heart?
A Golden Heart is a gift. Think of it as a good deed or an act of kindness. It may or may not cost money. It could be a compliment, a handshake, a smile, or a prayer. It might be giving flowers to a stranger, taking a meal or baked goods to a neighbor, paying a person’s tab in a restaurant or in a fast-food line. You might help someone unload their groceries or return their cart. Thank the people that take care of you every day; the police and firefighters, our healthcare workers, our Military men and women, our city and state workers, the factory workers, the cashiers at retail stores, and restaurant workers. It might be a simple touch of kindness, a thoughtful hug, helping someone, or spending time with a lonely person. There are millions of ways to offer a Golden Heart. Together we can make a difference, so use your imagination to connect to others and make someone smile every day. Let us all stand together and offer compassion toward others so we can help make our world a kinder place.
What is The Golden Hearts Club and how can I join?
The Golden Hearts Club is a fellowship of ordinary people who, through the goodness in their hearts, offer acts of kindness to others. Life will always offer opportunities to do more, to give more, and to love more. Acts of kindness can encourage many more considerations because those positive thoughts and good deeds transfer energy from one person to another and will inspire goodness in others. Every day people should try to offer a Golden Heart to someone. You automatically become a member of The Golden Hearts Club when you do something nice for another person because it starts the circulation of joy that can help change people’s lives. Join our challenge to help make everyone in the world a member of The Golden Hearts Club. Spread the word that showing compassion toward others can help fill the world with kindness.
How to Win?
For an opportunity to win a Cash Golden Hearts Award, a free book, OR a free membership coin, please email us your Golden Hearts stories. It should be a story about something nice you did for someone, possibly about someone a friend or family member helped, or something you saw someone else do for a stranger. Tell us how it made you feel, why it made a difference in someone’s day, how it made someone else feel, or how it changed someone’s life.