A note from our Founder:

"I always thought that ‘kindness’ was an underrated quality. Being kind had developed a reputation that went along with being weak, delicate, and ineffective. I however saw it as a great strength. To be kind in a situation of conflict requires courage and power. It is a quality that our world desperately needs more of. I have been fortunate enough to travel to many parts of the world while working, volunteering & emmersing myself in new cultures. Through this travel, one of the things that really stuck with me was the development of my insight on how we as people are all the same. Once you see this and are able to step into a strangers shoes it is hard to imagine not wanting to be kind to everyone you come across. I realized that in every country I went to, and with every class of person I interacted with, a simple smile had the same beautiful effect. It was then that I decided to make it my mission to make ‘Kindness Cool Again’. I have always had an interest in fashion and jewelry. The pieces someone chooses to wear say a lot about them, so I thought this would be the perfect medium for others to literally “wear their kindness” proudly for everyone to see. Before long this idea turned into my business, KINDCULT: Jewelry for the Do-Gooder. The line consists of member necklaces, each stamped with a unique member number. This serves as their ‘member ID’ into the KINDCULT. We then encourage our members to share stories of how they are spreading simple acts of kindness throughout their day. We have begun to offer volunteer opportunities where members can join together and give back to their community. It is my vision to grow our KINDCULT Member community so large that you will be able to spot all the Do-Gooders in your community by the KINDCULT necklace they wear. These people will serve as great examples of how it looks and feels to live around good, kind energy, and help to one day make living with kindness the norm. We will forever live our lives through our motto: Be Good. Look Good. Do Good."

-Kara Tolbert