East Windsor and Hightstown Celebrate Kindness Day on July 14

FOR RELEASE:  July 12, 2023

Mayor Janice S. Mironov announced East Windsor will join with East Windsor-Hightstown Kind on July 14 to celebrate and recognize the importance of Kindness, in our East Windsor Hightstown community.  Initiated by East Windsor Regional School District Hightstown High School student Aditya Bala, East Windsor-Hightstown Kind encourages students, residents and businesses to be kind and do acts of kindness throughout the year.  Aditya Bala stated,  “Although residents are encouraged to be kind through the year, this day allows the community to focus on being accepting and compassionate towards others and about the challenges that impact our society today.” 

Mayor Mironov commended,  “Aditya Bala, who approached me about having an annual Kindness Day, and our high school students for embracing this Kindness Day initiative in our East Windsor Community.  For the first annual occasion, East Windsor-Hightstown Kind will host an afternoon of events to foster collaboration and spread the importance of kindness across the community”.

East Windsor-Hightstown Kind has developed two unique Kindness Challenges, one for individuals and one for businesses.  The activities on July 14 encourage residents and businesses to participate in The Great Kindness Challenge, which includes acts to demonstrate being grateful, being gracious, being supportive, being present, being a good neighbor, being earth friendly, being good to yourself, being part of the solution, being attentive and being inclusive.  A booth to promote Kindness Day will be hosted at the East Windsor Village Shopping Center on Princeton Hightstown Road and at “Fun Night” in Hightstown.  Participants are encouraged to use #EWHTOWNKIND to promote their kindness activities, photos and videos. For more information on how to get involved, and share your kindness activities, email to ewhtownkind@gmail.com

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