Showing Kindness with #KleenexCare

I did some acts of kindness with Kleenex® Brand products as part of a sponsored post for Socialstars #KleenexCare


For our family November is a time to be thankful for all that we have in our lives. That includes special people like our friends, neighbors, and family. Sharing Kleenex® Brand Tissues. is an easy way to show you care especially now that cold and flu season is here. Kleenex® is a small act of care with major impact.


Acts of Kindness with Kids #kleenexcares


Acts of Kindness:

Consider creating a Care Kit for those less fortunate.

We try to keep a care package or two in our car for people in need that we see in our day-to-day travels.


Care Package #kleenexcares


The bags include hygiene products like toothbrushes, bandaids, and of course we put some Kleenex Brand Tissues in as well. Sometimes we include some non-perishable foods like granola bars as well. These bags are very easy to make and leave a lasting impact when you hand them out too! Plus the kids love getting involved in making them.

Another act of kindness that the B girls love being a part of is packing Christmas boxes for children overseas.

Christmas Boxes #kleenexcare

These boxes can only contain certain items and Kleenex Brand Tissues are a great addition for the hygiene category, plus the travel packs are the perfect size. Lil’ C’s school is packing them up this month and she was so excited to add them to fill up her box for a little boy.

Packing Christmas Boxes #kleenexcares


Now it’s your turn to join the “Share the Kleenex Care” movement.

Here are some ways you can partake in acts of kindness this month and share the care of Kleenex with others:

We all know that it’s no fun when you need a tissue and there’s none to be found.  It’s easy to leave a package of Kleenex Brand tissues where there aren’t any.


Create a quick and easy get-well basket for a sick friend or neighbor, filled with soup, Kleenex Brand Tissues (because Kleenex softness is a catalyst for showing kindness and care), and other healthy remedies. This will brighten their day and help them to get the rest and care they need.

Head to to find out how your acts of kindness can make a difference and get ideas from others doing good deeds.

What are some ways you show that you care??



This is a sponsored post in partnership with Socialstars and Kleenex Brand. All opinions expressed in this post are my own, honest opinions. 


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  • Love this! I always keep extra water bottles and granola bars in the car. When we are uptown the girls will hand them out to people in need. It makes me feel good that I’m teaching my kids to have a big heart, and they like helping people.

    • We handed out things last weekend with a group (just me not the girls) but I love that! Good job mom for teaching your kiddos!!

  • Due to a HUGE trip this December early in the month being our main ‘Christmas’ gift we are looking for a really great way to spend Christmas day giving service… so far I’m not having luck, believe it or not most charities are already ‘filled’ for Christmas day!? Still thinking…

  • Love these! Our life group participated in packing boxes for Operation Christmas Child last year, but I couldn’t be there – I love the idea. I also love the making little care packages idea! We love to get our kids involved in giving back, thanks for sharing how you guys do it!

  • what a great idea.. its such an important lesson to teach children – give back when you can. help others less fortunate.. wonderful

  • We did this last year and i would like to do it again. My girls didn’t really get it last year but this year i think they would have a better understanding.

  • What great ways to get kids involved in helping out the community. I love the idea of keeping a couple care kits in the car for when you run across some one who could use it.

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