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#GilbertKindness Week

Gilbert is a community that stands for kindness and we want the whole world to know which is why the Gilbert Town Council has adopted "Kindness USA" as the community's official nickname! We'll be celebrating our community of kindness during Gilbert Kindness Week April 27 through May 3, 2020.

Don't want to wait? Here are some ways you can start sharing #GilbertKindness today:

1. Help us share #GilbertKindness!

Share your random act of kindness story, photo, video, or even your favorite quote by using #GilbertKindness on social media or by using the form below. Your submission could be featured on Gilbert’s social media channels.

NEW! Mail to Kindness USA!
In addition to normal mail service, the United States Postal Service will be working with the Town to deliver all mail sent to Kindness USA to Gilbert. Simply need to address your mail to:

Kindness USA
50 E. Civic Center Drive
Kindness, AZ 85296.

2. Get involved!

Have an idea for #GilbertKindness Week? We want to hear it! Email us at so that we can share your idea with the planning team.

3. Follow along!

We’ll be sharing stories of kindness on Gilbert’s social media channels. Be sure to follow us on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram. You can also follow #GilbertKindness on your favorite social media network.

About Gilbert Kindness

The Town of Gilbert launched the Gilbert Kindness campaign in May 2017 as a way to celebrate kindness throughout the community. This initiative is focused on celebrating all of the thoughtful things citizens are already doing for each other while also encouraging the community to go out and do something kind for a friend, family member, neighbor, coworker, or even someone they have never met before. Here is one of many #GilbertKindness Stories we've shared so far:


Meet Mase and Logan. Mase is a firefighter with Gilbert Fire and Rescue and Logan is a 12-year-old boy who loves Star Wars and Iron Man. While the two differ in age, they share a special bond because of one similar life experience. Watch to find out how acts of kindness changed both of their lives.

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Share your kindness story.

Random acts of kindness take place in Gilbert every day – and we want to hear about them. Whether its paying it forward in the coffee shop line, or having kindness shown to you from a friend or stranger, stories of Gilbert Kindness can spread far and wide. Gilbert is a great place to live. Let’s make it better.

Share your kindness story.
  1. To receive a copy of your submission, please fill out your email address below and submit.