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With today's digital technology, cyber bullying, cyber stalking, emotional abuse and domestic violence is more prevalent today than ever before. Let's do something about it, beginning with Kindness.
Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, we have expanded our mission in 2020 to provide assistance in other areas.
Kindness Daily was founded in 2019 by Marion DeWall, the mother of Kendall DeWall, who died at age 29 as a result of abuse.
Since that time, our Board Members, volunteers, and donors have since been at work in our community to provide assistance to victims.
In the Spring of 2020, Kindness Daily provided emergency funds to help those who had lost their jobs as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In 2020, Kindness Daily assisted a family to escape domestic abuse through legal and professional help.
In September 2020, Kindness Daily donated $1000 to Safer Path Family Violence Shelter in response to three murders and emergency need in Atascosa County.
In October 2020, we collected hundreds of new and used clothing items and shoes for local women's shelters, and for the poor in Peru.
We are always collecting donations to help fight abuse, and now to provide assistance to those in need due to COVID-19.
Do you need help? Do you know of someone who does? Please reach out! All inquires are 100% confidential.
Kendall DeWall was a caring young woman whose initials, “KD” inspired Kindness Daily. She was an innocent victim of stalking, cyber abuse, emotional abuse and blackmail who died on March 19, 2019. She was smart, accomplished, and educated, and her death was a complete shock to the community. Her death remains under police investigation.
Kendall was kindness personified. She was always there to help others with whatever help they needed—emotional support, acts of service, financial help, her time—whatever anyone needed, Kendall would gladly give. She volunteered at numerous organizations and studied to become a doctor. She was the spark in every room and beloved by hundreds of friends and a devoted inner circle. But because she was so kind and naive, she fell prey to malicious people.
Many of the details of Kendall's death are still unknown. We do know that a former boyfriend, who had been stalking and threatening Kendall at the time of her death, died of a drug overdose two months later. Kendall's parents made a formal request to SAPD in July 2019 for the release of records and more information in her death. That request was denied by the Texas State Attorney General due to the ongoing police investigation. Kendall's parents are respectful of this decision, and pray that answers will come in God's time.
Kindness Daily is the legacy Kendall's friends and family carry forward in her honor to help others young people not fall prey to abuse in its many forms.
For more information, please contact Marion DeWall at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kendall DeWall's friends and clients in the bar and beverage industry have held fundraisers in both 2020 and 2019 at Slackers Sports Bar. Over $4400 was raised by Slackers in 2020, with an additional $2000 donated by Tito's Vodka. THANK YOU!
The Board of Directors of Kindness Daily held a clothing drive in October 2020 to benefit local shelters. Over $2000 in new clothing was donated, along with hundreds of gently used women's, children's and men's clothing items. THANK YOU!
In July 2020, The PM Group donated $5000 to Kindness Daily from their charitable giving account.
This community wide charitable fundraiser, held in association with the Ojeda Foundation, was attended by hundreds at the Mays Center at The Witte Museum, and raised $3650 for Kindness Daily. THANK YOU!
Community leader Sandra Torres Lynum included Kindness Daily in her birthday charitable fundraiser at The Paramour in April 2019. Guests donated $675 to Kindness Daily. THANK YOU!
We are immensely grateful to the generous donations we receive regularly from individuals. Private donations have ranged from $5 to $1000; no amount is too small or too large. All are tax deductible. THANK YOU!