human kindness

No Better Time

Wow, the ugliness, disrespect and lack of civility that is rolling through our country is astounding. Regardless of all the madness, let's work to walk the talk of Humankind. Be Both®. We posted about getting in our new bumper stickers and the response has been so refreshing, we had to reorder more! If you have not yet gotten yours, email for oval or standard rectangular stickers to be shipped to you. Price is $4 each or 3 for $10.

We want to hear from you. We want to share proceeds with those organizations that are truly emulating this message. Who would you recommend? Who is helping others and demonstrating kindness to women, children, the elderly, etc.? Nominate an organization you think is deserving of a little extra help to further their good work!  Email us today at

As always, please check out our store. We have handmade cut wine bottle candles with the logo, tees, hoodies, sticky notes, greeting cards, hats and more. Let's get this message out and see the contagious effect it can have! If not, then when? No better time!

Committed to the message!

Welcome to Humankind. Be Both® where we are committed to getting this message out worldwide so that we are all reminded to "walk the talk!" Imagine what a better world we would be living in if we could all be a bit more compassionate, less "me" centered and practiced kindness on a daily basis, rather than a crisis-based or season basis. 

Join us as we embark on getting this message to go viral. We will be adding products to our "shop" and will be dedicating a portion of the proceeds to different organizations who truly emulate our message. 

Our first organization or effort we will be highlighting is the "Feed and Read Program" in Yola, Nigeria. This program provides one hot meal everyday to homeless children in NE Nigeria and provides them with reading lessons three times a week. When we had the chance to visit them last month, the children were asked how things were going. They replied, great but could we please have more lessons! The program originated from the American University of Nigeria and has employed a single mother to prepare the daily meals while tutors, educators and AUN students are providing the reading lessons to these children.  The program started with boys and now has kicked off it's Feed and Read for girls!

If you have an organization you are aware of or a worthy effort, share it with us and we might just include them in our donation efforts through this site!  Email