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Hi there, welcome to our page! We are Kindness Collective Nijmegen, a small group of people from Nijmegen, the Netherlands who do act of kindness for others. Here you can learn more about us. For our events and updates, see our Facebook group or our YouTube account .

Recently we finished a book about acts of kindness with a writer, called Eefke Peters, about the thanks e-mail and the Kindness Collective Nijmegen. It's a short book with background information about the group and it includes some tips and tricks on how to do your own acts of kindness. With this book we want to inspire people to do kind things and try to motivate people how to participate in making the world a better place. The book is written in Dutch and includes some English reaction emails. You can get the book for free (pdf). If you are interested in a copy, please contact us through

Two of our members, Lerrie Grooten and Rosalie van Woezik were nominated for several awards because of their kind acts. Lerrie and Rosalie recently went to a shopping mall to do many random acts of kindness. You can watch a video of one of these acts below.

Dr. Philip Zimbardo, founder of the hero project, supports our Kindness Collective. He recently made a video for us to share with others and encourage them to also do acts of kindness and raise their own kindness club. You can watch the video below. If, after watching the video, you want to create your own kindness club, please don't hesitate to contact us at

Lisa Kehne recently made a video to introduce the Kindness Collective Nijmegen and tell you a bit more about who we are and what we do. You can watch the video below.

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We are the Kindness Collective Nijmegen. We are a group of enthousiastic people from Nijmegen, the Netherlands, who want to spread joy and kindness to other people in the world. By applying recent positive system research, we spread change by bridging the gap between academia and the real world.

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