Frequently Asked Questions
What does Kindheartedly do?
Our vision is to provide girls entering the foster care system with a Kind Kit containing a new outfit, basic fashion and grooming essentials and inspiring, self-esteem boosting items to help ease their transition. Kindheartedly’s vision is to empower girls to be the best representation of themselves. We are a volunteer-driven organization that counts on surrounding communities and donors to provide resources for foster youth. We are giving girls the opportunity to explore and embrace their personal style and creativity through fashion. Cultivating good grooming practices and their own sense of style will empower girls through knowing that they can look good and feel good. Girls in foster care are on a journey filled with changes in their family life, living situation, possibly a change of schools, and adolescent body changes. Developing their own look will help them appreciate their own individuality and empower them from the outside, in. For more information about how you can get involved click here.
Where can I send donations to?
You can send donations to
2711 N. Sepulveda Blvd. #741
Manhattan Beach, CA, 90266
For more information about donations, click here.
What kind of things do you need people to donate?
- A backpack to put the "Kind Kit" in
- Journal and / or coloring book
- Colored pencils and pens
- makeup (mascara, eyeliner, blush, eyeshadow, lip gloss, chapstick, etc;)
-Hair brush, hair ties, leave in sprays, treatments, etc;
- Other accessories such as hats, sunglasses, jewelry, etc;
- Books appropriate for girls ages 10-17
Can I help put Kind Kits together?
Yes, please click here and let us know exactly what you would like to do.
Can my girl scout troop create kind kits?
Yes! We love getting girls involved to help other girls! Please click here and let's get creating!
What inspired Kaitlyn to start kindheartedly?
Kaitlyn was inspired to start Kindheartedly after volunteering at Maryvale Orphanage with her mom for the past four years through her National Charity League group. To read more about her inspiration for starting indheartedly, click here.