Our Kindness Stories
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.
As you may have seen in the news, Typhoon Rai, also called Odette, hit the Philippines, Vietnam, and Malaysia. They are calling it a super typhoon with an intensity equivalent to Category Five hurricanes. Nearly 400 people have died from the storm, with numbers...
Glad Day Bookshop has a pink neon sign matching its storefront veranda. Bicycles rest on the sidewalk, all a part of its charm, which has been cultivated since 1970.
“No one should have to worry about where their next meal would come from,” says Random Acts India Regional Representative Cherry Sharma. It is this belief that spurred Cherry into performing an act inspired by RA’s food equity program in her neighborhood in Indirapuram.
On October 17, Random Acts joined the United Nations in honoring International Day for the Eradication of Poverty 2021. This year’s theme was “Building Forward Together: Ending Persistent Poverty, Respecting all People and our Planet.” International Day for the...
Students in New Jersey deliver flowers and kind notes to residents of a local nursing home in time for Mother’s Day.
Our GetKind theme for September and October is Wellbeing. Sometimes wellbeing includes taking precautions while basking inthe sun. While summer’s warm weather means an opportunity for fun in the sun, it also brings with it a heightened need for protection from the...
Before the pandemic, 462 Halsey Community Garden was part of Random Acts Photography Assistant Manager Kathryn Roach’s routine.
When Blue Waterman learned of their best friend Belle’s outdated graphic tablet, they decided to support her with a new tablet.
Misty Cash invites students to paint rocks with beautiful art, colorful characters, and supportive messages to spread around town.