Every year, Random Acts supporters come together to participate in Endure for Kindness (“E4K”), an endurance event that challenges participants to stretch themselves to their personal limits through marathon acts of physical activity, creativity, and acts of kindness— all while raising funds for Random Acts and promoting kindness around the globe.
Random Acts then uses those funds to do what we do best: Conquer the world, one Random Act of Kindness at a time.
Acts fueled by E4K span the globe. No act is too big or too small— and your support is what makes it happen! Your generosity will empower us to create another year of life-changing acts of kindness.
This year, E4K is also helping us fight childhood hunger. We’re teaming up to combat childhood hunger in some of the poorest counties in all 50 US States, and in many regions across the globe.
E4K is about pushing yourself to do your personal best. Run marathons or a 5K. Knit massive quantities of blankets for the homeless.Climb mountains or host community-wide doodle-thons… The choice is yours.Stretch yourself to do the most that you can in the time that you have to show others that kindness is a marathon, not a sprint… and spreading kindness is always worth the effort.
This year Endure 4 Kindness will be held across 4 days from November 22 to November 25th. Click the link below to find out how you can participate, and then sign up to Endure 4 Kindness with us today!
This holiday season, Random Acts staff have been able to work with many excellent organizations across the world. Today we’ll focus on one national and two regional non-profits that are making a huge difference in the lives of people across the United States.
As the winter months go from frosty to frigid, sometimes a little warmth is all we need to keep our spirits up. Whether that comes from a hot meal or a cozy blanket, both metaphorical and physical warmth can go a long way. Using their #RAHolidayKindness budgets, three of our staff members got to work spreading lasting compassion throughout their communities.
This holiday season, Dreana wanted to help out Mercy House itself, the current residents, and the residents’ families. To do this, she split her holiday act into two parts: donation collection and crafting.