Our Grade One Students came up with a months worth of Random Acts of Kindness that the school community could do at home and school during the pandemic. Share Kindness everyday!
🤗Trying to share some smiles with my chalk art!
Today I received a beautiful compliment from a lady that I’ve worked with for the past year on a community board. Thank you Andryana
left a little smile on a beautiful trail in Wilmot township! ✨💕🤗 follow me on twitter @ItsKooltoKare
My 8 use old daughter left me a surprise note, rolled up and secured closed with her bangle. The note read, to mum, I wuv you xxx
Every time I go thru a drive thru, I always pay for the car behind me. I have been doing this for many years, even when I travel. I love giving with my whole heart to a total stranger! It’s one of the best feelings in the world! I like to think I made their day just a little bit better!
my cousins dog died in the summer of 2020. Gentle beautiful dog that was abandoned on her drive 10 years ago when she lived in the states. I found an amazing artist who has painted her for me and it is being posted to her today
Our New Year’s resolution was to ‘be kind’ after we were gifted £5 from a man the other weekend for litter picking we decided we wanted to do 12 random acts of kindness this year – 1 every month.
January’s random act of kindness – we used the £5 we were gifted and with the help of our local bakery we gave 5 random customers a yummy treat we hope they can keep this kindness going and do their own RAOK to help make people smile.
An anonymous gift of brownies arrived at school for the school staff. What a very generous gift which was much appreciated by all of the school staff. It brightened our day and the brownies were delicious 😋
Merry Christmas and Thank you very much
You know that moment of panic when you reach to your back pocket as the cashier brightly announces, “£13 and 42p”, and the pocket is empty. “Cash or card?”
“Shit! Neither. I’ve left my wallet.”
After agreeing to leave my trolley to one side, I’m walking to the exit and before I can start cursing myself for killing the planet with wasted journeys, someone behind me shouts, “Hold on mate.”
Oh, perhaps I didn’t forget my wallet after all, I thought. I must have somehow dropped it at the check-out.
“It’s your lucky day” says the cashier. “This kind gentleman is paying for your shopping.”
“#MerryChristmas” says the stranger as the machine bleeps to approve payment after his card swipe.
I’m sure the cashier could see my mouth gaping wide open even though I had on a mask. My flickering eye lids betrayed my confusion and astonishment. I managed to mutter, “Thank you very much.”
The shortish white guy wearing grey sweat gear turned chirpily saying, “Not a problem mate.” With no further ado, he’d left me to bag my shopping still stunned and reeling from his random act of kind generosity at Aldi UK in Donnington.