Over the last few weeks, children across England and Wales have been coming up with and carrying out five acts of kindness as part of the Premier League's Wellbeing Stars challenge.
And there is still plenty of time to get involved.
The Wellbeing Stars challenge tasks five to 11-year-olds with creating a "Wellbeing Week" plan of activity that will help boost the mood of their family, or people they know in their school or community.
Clinical psychologist Dr Hazel Harrison helped to create the challenge and she is encouraging children to take part.
"One thing that helps us to feel great is showing kindness to others," she says.
"Helping others can make us feel braver and more positive and that's why I'm challenging you to take part in the Premier League Wellbeing Stars challenge, which you can do at home or in school.
"From writing a letter to a family member to helping your teacher, by sending your acts of kindness in the wellbeing week template, your school might be lucky enough to receive a visit from the Premier League trophy."
And to help youngsters plan their wellbeing week, Dr Hazel has given her top tips for people to connect with each other in the video above.