Our Kindness Stories
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.
Random Acts Social Media Manager Katie Pfledderer connected with the non-profit organization RefugeeOne to support Refugees in Chicago.
Fabiana, our Regional Representative for Brazil, celebrated Dia das Crianças by completing a staff act for children with cancer.
Regional Representative Holly Olsen donates Afrofuturism books to Black Table Arts, her local community-driven arts cooperative.
In Hawaiʻi, nearly 20% of the population depends on assistance from food pantries. Rylan Tegtmeyer Hawke, the Random Acts Regional Representative for Hawai’i, wanted to find a way to help the Aloha Harvest food rescue organization in its mission to fight food...
When Faye Irwin heard that Christopher was struggling to feel safe in his home in Canberra after a break-in, a fortuitous conversation with a friend instigated a solution with the help of Random Acts.
To support families who cannot afford warm winter clothes, Kel Anders donated warm weather gear to a middle school in Michigan.
Random Acts staffer Nicole Kirby found a perfectly British way to recognize carers in the United Kingdom. A carer, or caregiver, is someone who supports loved ones through unpaid help with daily activities. This might be as simple as companionship or as intensive as...
Events Coordinator Jaden Brodie supported student creativity by donating creative books and games to the 826LA’s store, Time Travel Mart.
Many use Eid al-Fitr to perform charitable acts. Zahra, our Regional Representative for Pakistan, provided gifts for orphaned children.
When flooding increased stress on animal shelters, Jay Julier wanted to help by donating many needed items to care for the displaced animals.
Random Acts Regional Representative Kristin Neubauer supported Albert Schweitzer Children’s Village by providing a Bluetooth speaker.