KIND TV is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit based in Seattle, WA. We have an award-winning web series that is dedicated to positive media and creating solutions to tragedy. We help those who have fallen through the cracks by lifting them back up when they need us most. Instead of walking away, typically seen in today’s media when covering tragedy, we stay and create a positive ending to each story with a life-changing act of kindness. We aim to bring our community together and make it stronger, and to inspire kindness and compassion in our viewers.
We’ve saved a beloved horse from slaughter, made a young girl with Treacher Collins Syndrome’s dream of swimming with dolphins come true, reunited a victim of a hate crime with his family, sent a human trafficking victim to college, ensured a dad could take paid leave from work to be with his daughter before she passed on, raised over $100,000 for a widowed dog rescuer, helped and inspired foster children, and so much more. Where we can help, we do.
Our hearts lead us to limitless causes. Each year, we create episodes around causes close to the community’s heart. We can’t wait for you to fall in love with the people whose stories we help tell!
Awesome! We thought you’d never ask. We announce volunteer opportunities on our social media channels. You can also donate, subscribe to our newsletter, or advertise with us. We accept sponsors for every episode as well. All of these amazing things help us with the continuation of the show.
We love our volunteers and supporters! Do you want to get involved with Talk It Up TV? Well, there are a million ways you can help! We’re always looking for artists, graphic designers, content creators, event planners, and so much more. So if you have something you love doing and want to do it for charity, let us know! We’d love to have you join our #TIUArmy
We have a lot of causes. Each year, we pick new causes that speak to our heart and those causes get their own full episode. Want to check out our causes page? I’m sure one or two will speak to you as well!
We’re a 501(C)(3) nonprofit, which means we depend on the community to help us raise the funds to help the people we do. Do you love positive media and uplifting news? Do you love seeing people struck by tragedy raised up by our community? If yes, then we would love your support.