How We Started

Founded by a 7 year old with a simple idea to help people, the Tower of Niceness has grown into movement with hundreds of supporters and volunteers around the country connecting with a common mission: provide niceness to those in need.

In process to be registered as a 501 c3 non-profit, the Tower is dedicated to raising money and awareness for critical community causes. 100% of our project fundraisers are donated (The River Rule) and 100% of our operations team and board expenses are donated.

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Our Mission

The mission of the Tower of Niceness is to dramatically increase the number of hours and dollars donated by every company, school and family to help people and animals in need around the country. By empowering more people to give their time, talent and money we will help more people in need while cultivating a culture of niceness the communities they live in.

What We Do

The Tower of Niceness provides niceness for those in need by connecting communities with important causes to help increase awareness, volunteerism and donations.

Using fundraising projects promoted primarily online with videos and social media we coordinate “Niceness Projects” to provide volunteers and funding for everything from local homeless shelters to worldwide disaster relief.

In addition we support other charitable organizations by coordinating volunteers to support them as well as promote them to our community.

We also have 4 core projects we run each year that include:

  • Help the Homeless: annual fundraiser and volunteer day that occurs on Thanksgiving each
    year to help hundreds of people
  • Tower Toy Drive: annual toy drive for children’s hospitals
  • Furry Friends Fundraiser: an annual project dedicated to supporting local animal shelters
  • Night of Niceness: annual fundraiser event to celebrate our volunteers, donors, and local

Ultimately we like to think of ourselves as a coordinator of niceness – connecting companies, volunteers and causes in our community.