Livermore Kindness CampaignDate: June 15, 2021

Contact: Rachael Snedecor

Email: [email protected]

Livermore Downtown Inc. is proud to have partnered with Education, City and Business leaders to get the voice of our High School youth out with a reminder that “We Practice Kindness Here”. As businesses open back up and community begins to once again gather, our local youth are giving us a reminder to Practice Kindness at very opportunity. Please look for their created poster art as you stroll, shop and dine downtown!

“There is no better time to remember that “We Practice Kindness Here”. Developed by students at Livermore High School, the #LivermoreKindness campaign is a timely message of support and respect as we emerge from fifteen months of State restrictions and work to reconnect our community.”

Adam Van de Water Director,

Innovation & Economic Development

City of Livermore


“The Livermore Valley Chamber of Commerce was pleased to be invited to work with our partners and NextGen students on the #LivermoreKindness campaign,” said Dawn Argula, LVCC CEO, “Promoting kindness as we transition out of the most painful period in modern American history helps us refocus and reset priorities to create a stronger community going forward.”

“We’re excited about the #LivermoreKindness campaign because it was started and created by students at LHS to promote a kind, safe and inclusive community. The city leaders were very responsive to student concerns and partnered with them to develop this campaign. Kindness matters in a world that is ever changing: one kind word or act can change someone’s life for the better.

We appreciate the willingness of our city leaders to listen and respond to student voices.”

Roxanna Mohammed

Livermore High School Vice Principal


“This project represents the best of Livermore’s spirit of collaboration and listening. it evolved from discussions among students, representatives of the business community, and the city. I applaud our next generation for inspiring all of us to treat each other with kindness, especially in the days ahead.”

Vice Mayor, Patricia Munro

Livermore City Council