Sometimes I think I left bits and pieces of my heart in San Francisco, and of course this includes Oakland. The warehouse fire is an absolute tragedy, and my heart breaks for all affected. So far there have been 33 confirmed deaths in the ‘Ghost Ship’ warehouse that also served as an artists collective.

The artist community in the Bay Area is so magical, and one of the things I treasure most deeply about the years I lived there. The dreamers, the makers, the whimsy.

I started Kinda Kind while living in San Francisco. The creativity and passion that I witnessed and felt while there was extremely influential on my personal development, and inspired me to follow my dream and create whatever this beautiful thing is that we have going on over here.

Let this serve as a reminder to be good to one another, live passionately, and to never lose your whimsy. Life is unpredictable.

In addition to sending love, positive vibes, and prayers, please also make a donation if you can.

Link to donate is here.

Additionally the Oakland A’s and Oakland Raiders will each match donations up to $50,000.

Link to donate is here.


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It’s become my mission to show the world that not only is kindness fun and easy to do, but also that small actions can have giant impacts. That’s why I started Kinda Kind. I’m glad that your path has led you here and I’m glad we’re on the journey together to make kindness badass.