For Release: November 13th, 2020
Women’s clothing startup, Kind Cotton, celebrated World Kindness Day today by providing a book to each child at Joseph A. Fowler Elementary in Killeen.
Killeen, TX: Joseph A. Fowler Elementary students had a surprise this morning when they each had their own book waiting for them, courtesy of Kind Cotton, a Florida-based clothing brand with a mission to promote and encourage childhood literacy throughout the United States. In total, Kind Cotton provided over 800 books to Joseph A. Fowler Elementary this morning to celebrate World Kindness Day, along with PPE for teachers and staff.
School staff wanted to celebrate World Kindness Day in a special way during this turbulent year, honoring students and staff who have dealt with the many challenges thrown at them as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The partnership with Kind Cotton gave Joseph A. Fowler Elementary the perfect opportunity to show their gratitude to staff and students. Joseph A. Fowler counselor Kathy Phillips was so appreciative to Kind Cotton for the donation, “This is just so awesome! Thank you is not enough!”
The Good Eggwas the book of choice for the entire school. It’s a beautiful story of self-love, perseverance, and kindness. “We wanted to do something really special because World Kindness Day is such an important day for our brand”, said Kaitlin Johnstone, co-founder of Kind Cotton. “Along with spreading kindness, our primary goal is to promote and encourage literacy, so to be able to provide these books to the students of Joseph A. Fowler makes us really proud.” Kind Cotton sells clothing and accessories designed to spread compassion and empathy, with every purchase helping to provide books to children nationwide.