So You want to know what the kairos tribe is all about. We'd say:

We are a community of people celebrating + becoming people of action.  

then you'd say:

Great.  But what does that mean?  Good question.  We'll break it down for you:

Community.  The unifying trait of Kairos Tribe members is a desire to embrace the needs around us through simple action; to use the tools available to us in thoughtful and creative ways.  Whether that's to start a clean water initiative, or to financially support one.  To share a kind word, or to resource social media to get other people involved in writing letters filled with kind words to send to someone who's having a hard week.  It looks a lot of different ways, because we all have different gifts and expressions.  But we won't let that keep us from linking arms, cheering each other on, and drawing hope and courage from each other's experiences.

Celebrating people of action.  Each week, we share the story of a person (or small team of people) who has taken crucial action to embrace a need, big or small.  It takes major guts to put yourself on the line for somebody else.  That's why we want to rally and say "great work!" and "keep going!" to these gutsy leaders in our midst.

Becoming people of action.  We believe that every person brings something to the table when it comes to embracing needs in our world.  Maybe you don't know what you have to give yet.  Or maybe you do, but you're feeling stuck somehow.  These stories might be just the kind of good influence some of us need to step into motion.  Plus, we sell art prints that return a portion of profits to these individuals or organizations, so right away you've got one small way to take action.  These prints are meant to serve as a reminder to you of these powerful and poignant stories -- a memento, if you will.

as old Teddy once said, "the best thing you can do is the right thing. the worst thing you can do is nothing."

It's pretty simple.  We're doing what we can to show up for each other, for the community at large, and a little for ourselves, too.  We figure it's a couple steps ahead of doing nothing.  

Thanks for taking the time to get to know us.  We'd like to get to know you, too!  Email us or join our mailing list -- or, hey, do both!  We won't stop you.   

 Still have questions about who we are and what we do?  Maybe this will help.

 photo by  J  ake Campbell

photo by Jake Campbell