Join the Kindness Revolution: The Dream Machine Invites All to Perform 1 Million Acts of Kindness on April 6, 2024


Heather Holmes
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Spread Love, Compassion, Hope and Take Part In This Historic Global Event And Make a Difference in Your Community

Los Angeles, CA / April 2024 / ( – The Dream Machine Foundation, founded by fitness icon, philanthropist and media personality, Charlie Jabaley, AKA Charlie Rocket aims to make kindness the norm with 1 Million Acts of Kindness on April 6. 2024. The global initiative aims to mobilize people to do kind acts and control the hate rampant in society.

Last year, the foundation started with a goal of 100,000 acts of kindness on a single day. The campaign achieved a whopping 300,000 acts. As such, this is The Dream Machine’s way of going bigger and they are urging everyone to be a part of this monumental event. Each act of kindness will be recorded through an online tracker which will go live on April 6.

In a recent Instagram post, Charlie officially announced his foundation’s partnership with Sprouts Farmers Market to aid in accomplishing his ambitious single-day goal. Charlie enthusiastically shared: “I’VE GOT BIGGGG NEWS!!! DREAMS REALLY DO COME TRUE!!!! 🤯🚀🤯🚀🚀🚀!! After getting told no countless times by national grocery store chains!!! @sprouts stepped up and said YESSSS!!!!!!!!!”

Sprouts Farmers Market will play a crucial role in supporting The Dream Machine’s goals by carrying Once Upon a Coconut products and a limited edition Charlie Rocket bouquet for $9.99. Once Upon a Coconut is a key Initiative of The Dream Machine to fund the dreams of its beneficiaries with premium coconut water with exceptional flavor, which also gives back 10% to a charity selected by its peers monthly allowing them to give back in universal way.

Individuals are encouraged to show their support by performing acts of kindness such as giving a stranger flowers, feeding the hungry or supporting a local charity. To support the initiative, individuals can take the following steps:

  1. Sign up at to participate in the campaign and receive a PDF document with 100 examples of different acts of kindness.

  2. Spread the word by sharing this link with 10 friends and family to encourage them to join the movement.

  3. On April 6th, perform acts of kindness in your community or buy a case of Once Upon A Coconut to fund the foundation’s efforts

  4. Click the tracker each time you complete an act of kindness

To amplify impact, The Dream Machine also encourages participants to host a linkup with friends, families and colleagues. To host a linkup, participants can start by doing the following:

  1. Create a Kindness Squad of over 10+ people consisting of family, friends, co-workers, Church members, schoolmates and social group members.

  2. Choose a meet up location (e.g., your local Sprouts, a coffee shop, a public park, etc.)

  3. Select 10 Acts of Kindness from the PDF list of 100 examples of acts of kindness

  4. Collect your materials

  5. Click the tracker each time you complete an act of kindness

Join The Dream Machine Foundation in spreading love, kindness, hope and making a difference on April 6, 2024. Visit to sign up and learn more about how you can participate in the historic 1,000,000 Acts of Kindness campaign.

About The Dream Machine Foundation

The Dream Machine Foundation is a beacon of hope and catalyst for change, founded by Charlie Jabaley, AKA Charlie Rocket. Through the power of social media and unwavering community support, the foundation has raised over $5 million to fulfill life-changing dreams for disadvantaged individuals. The Dream Machine believes in the profound impact of dreams. The foundation has been dedicated to making dreams come true for those in need, empowering individuals to rise above. The Dream Machine Foundation continues to inspire millions worldwide to dream and pursue their passions, igniting a movement of positivity and possibility.

About Charlie Rocket

Charlie Rocket was managing one of the biggest music management companies in the world when he was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Facing death and weighing over 300 pounds, he made the choice to return to his childhood dream of being an athlete. Charlie has now dedicated his entire life to making other people’s dreams come true through his non-profit the Dream Machine Foundation. He wants to become a new type of millionaire: the one that makes a million dreams come true.