A: See About Us. We are a father-and-son team who are the co-founders of EK. David’s a doctor and Jesse has a master’s degree and a wicked three-point shot (at least he likes to think so). What we share is the belief that the world, more often than not, is a kind, beautiful place, and we can all work together to make it even better.
A: Mighty kind of you to ask! You can A) Share the content on our site with your friends and family to remind them how great the world can be, or B) Submit your own pictures/videos/stories/blogs or stuff you find elsewhere on the Internet, or C) Both! We highly recommend C, but totally up to you.
A: Yes! We are an IRS-recognized not for profit organization (501(c)(3)). We CAN accept donations, which are tax deductible in the United States.
A: This site is for…well…everyone! Young or old, black or white, jock or nerd, Tom, Dick or Sally, everyone needs to be reminded how kind and wonderful the world is every now and again. There is no one intended demographic, and the content is intended to supercede politicical, religious and geographic dividers. Rather, the content is intended to overcome these dividers, and bring people together.
A: Of course! If you submit original content, you retain all ownership rights, and only grant Envision Kindness a non-exclusive right to use the image, video or story. This means that you can still sell or license the content or use it on another site! Please see our license/waiver for more details.
A: Well, we’ll try:
One day, a wealthy man was riding down a street in the back of his limousine. When turning a corner he looked out the window and noticed 2 men on the side of the road eating grass. He ordered his driver to stop, and got out to investigate.
“Why are you eating grass?” he asked one man.
“Because sir, we don’t have money for food”, the poor man replied.
“Well, come along with me then!”
“But sir, I have a wife and 2 kids”
“Bring them along! And, you come too,” He said to the second man.
“But sir, I have a wife and 7 kids!”
“Bring them all,” the wealthy man said.
So all of them piled up in the limo, which was no easy task even though the wealthy man’s limo was one of the biggest kind. Once underway, one of the poor fellows says “Sir, we really appreciate your kindness!”
The rich man replied, “No, it is I who appreciate all of you! The grass at my house is 3 feet tall!” (from: www.emailajoke.com)<