Kind Karma was born on the principle that if we spread good, then good will not only come back to us but will continue to spread.
Jewelry making is uniquely crafty and therapeutic. Many of the young people who work with Kind Karma may be healing from trauma or dealing with various mental health challenges. Often this makes committing to shift work, set hours or providing customer service particularly challenging. For this reason, traditional employment for at-risk and transitioning homeless youth can be difficult to acquire and retain. At Kind Karma, they provide a flexible working environment which allows young people to work at a pace that suits their needs.
Their youths receive profits from each sale which enables and empowers them to seize better opportunities for a brighter future. Whether they choose to pursue an education, establish their independence or take a course related to their calling, each youth has a goal that Kind Karma helps them achieve. It is their belief that if we give youths the opportunity to better themselves, they will grow up to become positive influences in society with the ability to pay kindness forward by helping others in need.