Kindness Camp

Learn how to be confident and kind leaders.

Are your kids ready for a summer of kindness?

What’s the best thing you can give your kids?
How about kindness?

That’s right-in an unkind world, giving our kids the tools to show up better is what we need to do now more than ever. And that’s exactly what this camp is all about.

We know that the world can be a tough place for kids. The meanness and bullying can really get to them-you know it’s true because you’ve seen it happen to your kids! In fact, your kiddos might be having a hard time dealing with the bullying at school right now.

This camp is for girls in 4th-6th grades. Learning these skills at this age will prepare them for junior high and beyond. Can you imagine what it would be like to go to junior high knowing how to speak up for yourself and actually like yourself? We teach those skills and more to empower your daughter to be a leader in kindness.

3 Sessions available:

June 3rd-7th 10:30-12:30 pm
June 10th-14th 10:30-12:30 pm
June 17th-21st 10:30-12:30 pm

Held at HD South in Gilbert
10 S. Gilbert Rd. Gilbert AZ 85296

Spots are limited.

Each session is
$145.00 + tax
per camper

Why YOUR daughter should attend Kindness Camp

Each day will focus on a different aspect of kindness and how to use it in daily life.

These activities are designed to be engaging, simple, repeatable and high-impact. Your kids will have fun while learning important lessons about empathy, communication skills, confidence, and more.

Schedule for the Week

We’re not talking about just any old summer camp. We’re talking about a summer camp that’s going to change their life and the world. Your kids will learn how to be kind through fun activities and exercises that help them discover their core values, build emotional resilience, speak up for themselves and others when they need it most, stand up to bullies when necessary, and cultivate kind classrooms and communities—all while becoming leaders who can change the world.


She’ll come home with new skills that she can use at school, at home, and even in their relationships all year long. And she’ll have a whole new level of confidence that will last her well into adulthood.

Emotional Resilience

Understanding the skills to identify express their thoughts and feelings will help your children build a foundation for conflict resolution in their relationships. We will cover how to be aware of emotions and how to cope healthily.


Sometimes, kids don’t have the words to express how they feel and may act out these feelings in ways that are problematic. We’ll review what we learned about thoughts and feelings and how to communicate those to others.


Working as a team is a skill they will need for the rest of their lives! We teach the beginning skills of how to work together, how to listen to other’s ideas, and how to communicate as a partner. Part of being a good teammate is accepting those that are different. They will complete fun activities as a team.


It’s not just about learning kindness; it’s about practicing it too. Serving others teaches kids to be kind towards themselves, their peers, teachers and adults, and others in their community. And when they learn to be kind—to themselves and others—they’re better equipped for life. For the final day of camp we will complete a service project together.

Kids Camp director
Annie Joy

Annie Joy is a certified Life Coach with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, and has spent many years working in the mental health field. Her bright personality and fun teaching style will keep your children engaged throughout the sessions.

Learn more about Annie Joy