We are so excited to share our new Be Kind programme, the compassionate curriculum teaching empathy and understanding!
Education plays a huge role in the welfare of dogs around the world. When humans learn to respect these incredible animals and appreciate the many wonderful things they can bring to our lives, they open themselves up to one of the most amazing relationships there is.
This is why we are so grateful to the generous sponsorship of one of our best-loved brand partnerships, Manolo Blahnik. Through the partnership, we will be able to help children explore and better understand the symbiotic relationship that exists between dogs and their own mental wellbeing, whilst developing key skills in empathy, compassion, kindness and understanding.
Our new Be Kind programme aims to support the mental wellbeing of young people and help them to understand the positive impact dogs can have on our lives. It has been developed alongside a team of passionate educators, to ensure that it’s impactful, positive and inspiring.
Sign-up below to deliver the programme in your school for free!
Hear from staff and students who recently trialled the programme, in the video below:
We will be expanding our offer for other education audiences including SEND, secondary and international groups. If you would like to be kept up to date on our education initiatives and how our ‘Be Kind’ programme is developing, then please sign-up to join our education newsletter below.
If you’re not an educator but would love to support this inspiring project, then fear not!
Whilst we’re lucky to be part-funded by of one of our best-loved brand sponsors, rolling out such an impactful, important project on a nationwide scale is no small feat. To help us reach as many children as possible, please consider donating.
Perhaps you’ve witnessed the incredible bond between dog and child or perhaps your own childhood was blessed with a canine companion and you’d like to give back in their honour. Whatever you reasons, know that we’re so grateful for your generosity and can’t wait to update you all on the progress of Wild at Heart Foundation’s Be Kind schools programme. Stay tuned!