Thursday 10th Sept 10:00 - 21:00

Kinder Spaces Day

On Thursday 10th September we will be celebrating the theme of Kinder Spaces with a varying range of events as part of the week-long Leeds Festival of Kindness, Compassion and Wellbeing.

With the effects of the pandemic, economic uncertainty and the issues raised by Black Lives Matter weighing on us all, there is no better time to come together to share and celebrate the hope that the many acts of kindness, taking place within our city of Leeds in the UK, and the wider world, represent.

On Thursday 10th September we will be celebrating the theme of Kinder Spaces. As the day will also coincide with Suicide Prevention Day, one of our key events on the day will focus on the difficulties and issues faced by individuals, who have been affected by ill mental health.

  • Finding Kindness is Spaces and Places 10:00 – 11:30
  • Kind Listening Circle: Listening in Kind Spaces 13:00 – 2:30
  • Navigating Dark Spaces: A Panel Discussion on Loneliness, Depression and Suicide. 19:00 – 21:00

Reserve your virtual seat today, and do check out our ‘Six Ways to a Kinder World’ themes in the full events timetable at kinderleeds.org.  Our whole festival week will show how the good people of Leeds are nurturing KINDNESS TO SELF, KINDER RELATIONSHIPS, KINDER BUSINESS, KINDER SPACES, KINDER COMMUNITIES and being KINDER TO OUR PLANET. 

Start:

2020-09-10 10:00:00

End:

2020-09-10 21:00:00

Access Through: https://kinderleeds.org/events/kindness-festival-week/

Organizer:

Courtney Brady

I joined the Leeds Kindness Revolution after reaching out to a core member of the team expressing my interest for wanting to be involved with the project. I’m an Events Manager by trade with nearly 15years worth of experience in the hospitality industry. I love to create spaces for people to make memories and enjoy time with their loved ones, the Leeds Festival of Kindness, Compassion and Wellbeing allows me to combine that passion with another. Raising awareness surrounding, and de-stigmatising mental health is also of great importance to me. We live in a very uncertain time right now, but a little understanding and compassion can make a world of difference. This is what our aim with the festival is, to share, connect, and celebrate all that is good in the world.
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