Our Kindness Stories
There is something about the sort of dusky magic coating one’s treasure trove full of trinkets — those sentimental items handed down from relatives or collected, such as Random Acts supporter Ashley Perry’s.
Regional Representative Emily Rivera-Jackson donates some much-needed items to the collection box set up by her local Association of Realtors.
Losing an emotional support animal is devastating, and it is hard to know how to help a friend going through this experience.
Thinking of helping sprout the urban farming initiative? Looking to pick up a green spade to match those cucumbers?
Random Acts supporter Amie Linscott donated trash grabbing tools for Nipomo Clean Sweep’s first and future street clean ups.
Random Acts supporter Kari Zohfeld teamed up with Random Acts to support her girlfriend’s sister Karen by providing a new wheelchair.
Random Acts supporter Teresa Geurts hands out painted rocks and kind notes at her local mall after a tragedy.
An Australian village comes together to support the family of a teen undergoing treatment for liver cancer.
Many families all over the country struggle with homelessness, and due to COVID19, even more individuals have had to face this difficulty head-on. Thankfully, there are various homeless shelters and programs that have taken up the charge of assisting these people and...
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As part of our #GetKind theme of safety for the months of May and June, we wanted to share some of our experiences of creating safer places for disabled people. All of these are personal stories of dealing with disabilities, whether our own disabilities or...
Enabling others to carry out work they are passionate about is one way to have a kindness impact. When Random Acts Grant Writer Kiernan Gladman came across a new venture called Tabby Trappers in Dover, Pennsylvania that aligned with their own dedication to helping...
Random Acts Project Coordinator Brittney Sheffield supported the PICU by donating some much-needed new blankets.
Random Acts’ Amanda Scarangella donates toys to Cole’s Closet to bring joy to children currently in the hospital.
When colder weather was about to move in, a double act of kindness made the winter season more comfortable at a family shelter in Northern Virginia.