News and upcoming events from SixSeeds families and partners.
To celebrate the life of John Kingston's Dad, we invite our friends in the SixSeeds family around the world to raise a glass in his honor. But this is "a toast with a twist." Every toast will provide financial support to military servicemen and families, and others in need.
In a culture often caught up in the flash of the Hollywood life, Red Eye is a breath of fresh air.
Their Mission: to Help and Protect Us in our Times of Need --
Guard Support's Mission: To Return the Favor
Roxbury Presbyterian believes the opportunity for a quality education is not the whole answer to the problem of youth violence, but it is a major part of the solution.
In honor of National Adoption Month, SixSeeds is pleased to partner with people all across America who are helping orphans in various creative – and quite poignant – ways!
SixSeeds partners wants to help make adoption a reality for a deserving family!
In honor of Veteran's Day, we want to say thank you to all our servicemen and women!
The 5th grade class at Lincoln Elementary in Winchester, Massachusetts were definitely up for a Seed Pack-It challenge.
SixSeeds Video participated in the 7th Annual Winchester Trivia Bee. We didn't win.
Affiliated Managers Group, Inc. sets a Seed Pack-It record. Find out how!
Want to learn more about our signature project? Here's a great video that explains it all!
Winchester residents John and Jean Kingston became the owners of SixSeeds Video, after realizing the former Video Horizons store was closing its doors. Several fresh coats of paint, new television screens, and game stations for kids have been added, making the store better than ever.
A one-day record for SixSeeds Signature Seed Pack-It assembly takes place, resulting in $47,000 worth of school supplies which are on their way to Tijuana.
SixSeeds founding family, the Kingstons, are traveling across the border to serve a squatter community called Las Palmas in Tijuana. The impoverished community is the site of a long term SixSeeds development project with World Vision. This is the fourth consecutive year for this trip.
World Vision (a SixSeeds partner) helps people in Tijuana who are struggling to make a living in tough economic times.
In an admittedly unconventional move, SixSeeds officially acquired a video store in a Boston suburb. In spite of the declining video rental market, the organization sees great potential to use this store to promote their cause of family-based service.
The Fray is now a household name, due to their first album "How to Save a Life" which produced the hit singles "Over My Head (Cable Car)" and "How to Save a Life." Last Sunday, they came to Boston's Comcast Center to perform songs from their highly anticipated sophomore release. Or did they come because they heard SixSeeds is based there? Click for photo!
When Video Horizons announced it was closing its doors after nearly twenty years in Winchester, the community lamented its demise. That's why the founders of SixSeeds decided to do something about it.
Here's a list of articles about parenting, service and giving we thought you might enjoy....
The Kingstons' local video store -- Video Horizons -- announced it was closing after 19 years. Is this a possible SixSeeds service project to the community they love dearly? They ask the question today in the Winchester Star.
Read how this family is creating a national network promoting hard work, generosity, gratitude, and service within families.
How do you persuade children to enjoy giving as much as they love getting?
SixSeeds issues national press release to challenge America's families to complete at least one project this year.
SixSeeds partner Capt. David French will reunite with members of the regiment that received care packages from the amazingly successful SixSeeds project “Operation Send-a-Box.”
A group of SixSeeds parents in the Bay Area have met for almost a year to read books on forming the values of service and generosity in their families.
How our families are joining the global response to AIDS.
Agape International, a partner of SixSeeds, is hosting a party to mark 5 years of service to Indian AIDS orphans.
SixSeeds to honor Cpt. David A. French during Nov. 1 celebration.
Many of us will gather on October 24th in Boston to toast Ray and Gloria White Hammond for their faithful leadership of the Bethel AME Church, a key institution in the city.
The SixSeeds families returned from Tijuana with renewed friendships, lessons to contemplate, and hopes for the future.
A devastating fire recently struck the home of Darrell and Nancy Crate, a SixSeeds family living in Massachusetts.
The third annual SixSeeds Mexico Trip began today with reunions, hard work, swimming... and forgotten passports.
Our Child Education Specialist, Jenny Kim, now has a long - really long - telecommute for her SixSeeds work.
A special group of friends met for a weekend of fun and solidarity with David French, the focal point of the SixSeeds Send-a-Box initiative.
We recently took a road trip to World Vision's international headquarters to connect with some dear friends and dream about the future together.
SixSeeds sponsored a fun gathering in Boston around food, family, and yes, football!
Our first piece of media coverage! It may not be the New York Times but we're glad to be featured in a recent article.
Save 25% on great Christmas gifts made by micro-enterprises we support.
A group of SixSeeds parents in Silicon Valley convened to analyze the literature on parenting children towards the virtues of service and giving.
One family's decision to serve in very costly ways... and their friends who support them.
...from attending The Gathering conference:
We'll be appearing at The Gathering, a major philanthropy event held in San Diego.
Welcome home to the Kingstons, Barnesons, Changs, and Slicklens!
We're sad to announce the passing of David Cho, a special husband, father, and leader. One of our Family Service Projects was aimed at supporting the Cho Family as David's terminal condition was rapidly worsening.