Gratitude USA

Project Gratitude: Welcome!


 Project Gratitude Mission:

  • To provide the means for Americans to acknowledge and express their sincere thanks to essential workers. Their selflessness in the face of personal hardship has proved crucial in the fight against the covid-19 pandemic and it’s spread.
  • To honor the dedication, commitment, and courage of essential workers. Their actions have enabled rest of us to stay safe through social isolation.

All Americans owe essential workers a profound debt of gratitude, one that can never be fully repaid.

We honor you and thank you.

Join Project Gratitude:

Download Your Free Gratitude Icon Package Now

Download zip file package includes:

Tips sheet on how to use your Gratitude Icon, and six sized Gratitude Icons.

Three Gratitude Icons sized for Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter posts.

Three Gratitude Icons sized for hard-copy self printing:

  • Small 3.5” x 5” for mailboxes, garbage bins, lanyards, backpack, totes etc.
  • Medium 8.5” x 11” for window signs and to print on tee shirts.
  • Large 18” x 24” for yard signs.

Makes a fantastic public service project for kids too.

Share Your Gratitude

We want to hear from you!

Our curated blog highlights the innumerable ways that individuals and groups have risen to the meet challenge of the covid-19 pandemic, as well as news and personal short essays on the benefits of leading a gratitude focused life.

We’re all in this together. By sharing stories of resilience, courage, generosity, and sacrifice, we can unite to strengthen our community bonds in these unprecedented times.

Add your voice via the Share Your Gratitude page.

It Is Not the End, By Simon Lubkowski

Listen to the song It’s not the end my friend Everything happens for a reason Let’s no pretend it’s not been hard Feeling oh so close, while being far apart Is this the life that I thought I’d lead All is silent on the empty streets But a message rings out so true I...

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No Mask, No Entry, No Respect

Essential workers getting dumped on by irate customers. Let's try a little kindness people.  

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