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The Coddle-Poppers’ mission is to ‘Change the World – One Act of Kindness at a Time‘. Coddle-Popper missions usually take 10 minutes or less/month and need not even cost a single penny to complete.

Your mission for this month … should you choose to accept it, is …


Take 10 minutes or less to help someone who hasn’t asked for it.

It can be anyone, a stranger, a friend, family, or co-worker.

Take some time to help those around you and let’s make the world a more positive place 🙂

Extending kindness is a wonderful thing and makes you feel all warm and fuzzy! If you would like more warm and fuzziness and can’t wait until next month for a fix, please use the Kindness Generator located on the side of the page (a bit further down) where you can even have your own ‘Special Agent’ name. Have fun!

Coddle-Poppers are dedicated to the idea that we all have the ability to make an impact in the lives of the folks around us, and therefore each and every one of us has the ability to change the world. We can find a spare 10 minutes or less a month to make a small but powerful difference in the lives of the people around us.

Once a month the Coddle-Poppers assign a “mission”. Some of these missions are things you can do on your own for those around you, and some bring us all together to work on one common goal. Hundreds of people at a time jump in, do their little bit as a Mother Nature’s Guardian’, and then jump back out. It’s a very cool thing to see and be a part of.

Anyone is welcome to join the ‘Mother Nature’s Guardian’ team at any time. If you care about people or Mother Nature and want to help out in little ways each month, please do so, even if it’s just for a deep and meaningful conversation around the water cooler to make you sound most profound!
It’s free, it’s fun, and it makes a difference.

If you want to learn more about our wonderful little Coddle-Poppers you can hear all about them on our MP3 audio storybooks.

Coddle-Popper Creed: Changing the World – One Act of Kindness at a Time