Civility starts from the heart...

American Civility Association is here to help you discover ways to live a happier and safer life through a heart education. You may be surprised at how quickly a few little tweaks to your daily routine will elevate your inner happy meter.


What Children say...

"It helped me because when I see someone get bullied hurts my feelings, but now since we have precious not prickly not alot of people get bullied." "Preshus not prickly helps me by not being bullied and helps me get new friends it makes me feel safe." - Luke


How you can support ACA...

For less than $1 a day you can be a hero to a classroom of children. $25 a month will provide a year of heart education for 25 students. If those 25 children each teach 5 others about living a kindness lifestyle through an act of kindness and those 125 do the same and so on, very soon everyone in the entire world will experience kindness and enjoy a bit of happiness.


About Us



American Civility Association is a 501c3 charity, LLC. We are on a path to become a national benevolent organization – dedicated to raising awareness of the rising tide of anger, rude behaviors and bullying by educating individuals and families about the dangers and repercussions of incivility. To that end, the new nonprofit (NPO), has created its first strategic plan that will enable the organization to begin focusing on the needs of its constituency: America’s children and families, as well as on its future.

American Civility Association currently produces civility awareness and educational materials for the following target groups:

  • Pre-k through12th grade school children – specialized, proprietary curriculum
  • Pre-k through 12 Guidance Counselors, Educators, Administrators and School Support staff – workbooks designed to aid in teaching the curriculum materials, plus training modules.
  • Brain Training Modules for Professionals in Counseling, Education and Business Fields
  • Volunteers – a training module which includes an overview of the organization and a review of materials
  • Train-theTrainer Module


world kindness day 2Are you afraid incivility has gone too far? Do you worry that rude behavior is a new norm we must tolerate?

Don’t worry. There is hope! Hope for a safer and happier life. We continue to witness amazing transformations through our heart education program.

Your Board of Directors and most of us who volunteer felt the same way at one time or another.

Not any more! Through our pilot programs and research experiences over the last 4 years, we have found hope through the evidence we have garnered. The evidence speaks for itself!