Our Kindness Stories
Hoping to bring fresh food to her neighbors, Assistant Writing Manager Dreana Ferguson and her family grow and donate veggies and herbs.
Monique Lowe organizes puppy food and adoption fee donations thanks to our awesome donors who participated in the 2021 Random Acts Auction
With help from Random Acts, Random Acts Historian Rea Niessen supported a friend’s family in Haiti by donating food.
A chance news article detailing inmates making quilts leads Random Acts’ Stacie Baldwin to perform an act of kindness with a repeating impact.
A school is a student’s second home, and this could not be more true for Kopila Valley School. Opened in 2019 under the nonprofit foundation BlinkNow, it is a sustainably-constructed sanctuary for youth in western Nepal.
Random Acts Outreach Manager April Vian organized a coat drive to support people in her neighborhood who cannot afford winter coats.
Holly teamed up with Edible Arrangements, a company who, alongside New Girl’s Lamorne Morris, raised an outstanding $100k for Random Acts back in February!
For incarcerated individuals, books provide one of the few windows into the outside world. Whether for entertainment or for education, jail libraries and those who work within them provide a lifeline. When beloved volunteer jail librarian Janet Gaye Wong was injured in a horse riding accident, her colleagues applied for an Act of Kindness grant from Random Acts to donate new library books in her honor!
Random Acts Regional Representative Susan Mickelson teamed up with Fisher House to support veterans and military families.
For International Artist Day, Hope provided art supplies for artists with disabilities.
Internal Communications Manager Lisa Cerezo brings holiday gifts and cheer to the kids of Cunningham Children’s Home.
Random Acts Support Network Coordinator Jay Julier spearheaded a clothing donation drive to support community shelters through the Big Brother Program of Vancouver, British Columbia. Seeing the Need In the Fall of 2021, British Columbia in western Canada experienced...
It can become difficult to care for pets when people find themselves in emergency situations, like natural disasters or violent conflicts. As a result, animals often end up at places like the Los Angeles Department of Animal Services.
Regional Representative Tobias Palfrey teams up with The Tricky Period to provide comfort to those experiencing homelessness.
Random Acts Regional Representative Susan Mickelson donates household supplies to victims of domestic violence, which has worsened during the COVID-19 pandemic.