Our Kindness Stories

Food for the Clara White Mission

Random Acts Assistant HR Manager for Recruiting Stephanie McCabe brings food to the Clara White Mission in Jacksonville, Florida.

Lovely Letters in Trying Times

Miranda Debenham, Random Acts’ Projects Manager, sends hundreds of handwritten letters to those who need it!

#RAHolidayKindness: Virtual Gift Hot Spot

Random Acts Human Resources Recruiter Vibha Gupta took a prolonged visit at one virtual Facebook group to help a mother of two children, Deepa.

Holiday Help amid Increasing Food Insecurity

Random Acts IT Admin Carin Davis helped alleviate COVID-19 food insecurity by donating to a holiday food drive hosted by a school in Dayton, Ohio.

Spreading Kindness with Cherrystone Pillows

Bea Arbeiter handed out cherrystone pillows to provide essential workers with some warmth during the holiday season.

Kindness Challenge for the Family Justice Center

Random Acts’ Monique Lowe was up to the challenge of donating family necessities to the Family Justice Center.

April 2021

Welcome all to our Random Acts April Newsletter, "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world."― Nelson Mandela This month's #GetKind theme is Education, and I often think that all the work we do at Random Acts lives in this realm.From...

Brightening the Holidays for Women and Families

While the winter holidays can be a time of joy and togetherness, for people who are at risk, they can also be a time of stress. Here at Random Acts, we are always eager to find ways to provide kindness and alleviate some of that stress. Regional Representative Manager...

Gifting Christmas Joy to a Strong Family

Random Acts IT Manager Lauren Angelini brought some Christmas joy to a grandmother and six of her grandchildren.

AMOK: A Spark of Change

“Do the best you can until you know better. When you know better, do better.” — Maya Angelou We love this sentiment by Maya Angelou because it reminds us that we can always change and evolve as we learn new information. Our initiative AMOK (Annual Melee of Kindness)...
Celebrating Diversity with Crayons for Title I Schools

Celebrating Diversity with Crayons for Title I Schools

“The children of my generation never saw their color in the crayon box,” explained Vice Chair Darryl Jones, “You had to use all types of different means and methods of shading to quite get your color … [The crayons] will mean a whole lot to spur the artistry and creativity of our children … It says what we feel about one another and the beauty of our diversity. I just might color tonight.”

Meet the Team: Paulina Fangel

Meet the Team: Paulina Fangel

Name: Paulina Fangel Role: HR Assistant Manager - Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Location: New York, USA At Random Acts, we are constantly trying to improve in terms of how we foster inclusivity as an organization, which is what makes Paulina’s role such an...