It seems there are hundreds of days to celebrate throughout the year, but one of our favorites here at Class is World Kindness Day.

In honor of World Kindness Day and our commitment to changing the way the world learns, we’d like to share a story about how one small act of kindness can make an enormous difference.

Across the seas, in a small city in central Italy, we had the opportunity to meet two incredible educators who inspire the young students in their classrooms every day. After meeting with them, we learned they were in need of a classroom set of computers. Our team may have been just as excited as the students to be able to give back! In honor of World Kindness Day, Massimo Gentili, Head of EMEA at Class, hand-delivered and helped set up 19 computers for the classroom. The excitement from these students and their teachers was absolutely priceless.

Francesca, one of the educators, recalls, “This has been a very beautiful experience…The children have had a beautiful day and will remember this in the future.”

We truly believe there is no act too small to spread kindness, today and every day. It could be as simple as opening the door for someone, or as big as buying a stranger’s coffee. Whatever you choose to do today to celebrate World Kindness Day, we encourage you to be a light in this sometimes dark world. You never know whose life you could be changing. At Class, our mission is to change the way that people learn. And today? Well…we’re doing that with kindness.

Happy World Kindness Day!

Miss Sutherd
Miss Sutherd
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