Jennifer Garner has launched a new initiative with an aim to spread kindness across the world. With the hashtag campaign #SparkKindness, the actress is looking to shares random acts of kindness online, to help make such acts go viral and make the world a better place.

In a post on Instagram, Garner announced her partnership with Walmart for the new kindness spreading initiative. In her post, the actress pointed out that acts of kindness make people stronger and creates “a true sense of community.”

Through her #SparkKindness initiative, she will look for posts of random acts of kindness online, and share these posts on her social media pages, hoping to inspire more people to do the same.

Garner has worked with Walmart in the past. She is an artist ambassador to Save the Children, where she leaned about the value of building a strong community, especially near schools. The actress revealed that one of her first social projects with Walmart involved her taking a few associates from the company and some local volunteers near a school in Alpaugh, California to do something for the community.

The project at the school involved the team cleaning the grounds and building a small garden. Garner said that it felt great to create a gathering place for the community.

Garner has invited her fans to notice random acts of kindness and share them with the hashtag #SparkKindness. “Goodness spreads and a little kindness goes a long way,” she said.

Walmart is also funding the acts of kindness by its employees in Alpaugh to help revitalize the community, People reported.

Apart from attempting to be a force for good in the community, Garner is also attempting to be a friend of the planet. She has a family farm, and she takes an active part in its maintenance. The actress recently shared pictures of her farm on Instagram and talked about how 20 inches of rain helped her blueberry yield.

Jennifer Garner Jennifer Garner is pictured here attending the 6th Annual Save the Children Illumination Gala at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City on Nov. 14, 2018. Photo: Getty Images/Steven Ferdman