The National Civility Association was formed after a Civility Summit was held and a group of the people who attended pulled the speaker aside.
The event was so powerful and spoke to the real issues that the school seemed to be faced with. Not only did it seem the issues were prevalent at their high school but these issues seemed to be a problem all over the country.
After some planning it was determined that forming a non-profit 501(c)3 would be the best way to bring Civility Summits to students throughout the United States.
We are passionate and committed to delivering to as many students as possible the message that being civil is working together and while we all have different opinions we can still treat each other with respect and care for each other through kindness.
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