Our Kindness Stories

Paying it Forward with Tiny Purple Pantry

Random Acts supporter A.J. Rourk donates food to Tiny Purple Pantry, a project founded in Brooklyn to connect communities and help feed hungry neighbors.

A Collaboration Supports Students in Ghana

Earlier this year, Random Acts Africa Representative Coffie Richard accompanied the founder of the Karisa Foundation, Madam Afua Akwaah Ofori-Atta, to The Potter’s Village home in Ghana to undertake ongoing volunteer work. After talking with a number of children at...

Holiday Support for Child Care Network

The Crisis Nursery Coalition of Illinois is a network of child care centers with the mission of preventing abuse and neglect. Crisis Nursery is the only child care service in Illinois offering 24/7 care for families in crisis. Lisa Cerezo, Internal Communications...

Trinkets Passed Down to the Youth

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.

August 2021

Welcome to the Random Acts August newsletter. This month, we have exciting updates on our Food Equity projects to share with you and a successful fundraising auction to celebrate. We also provide inspiration for you to #GetKind by creating online communities and...

Realtors Helping in the Community

Regional Representative Emily Rivera-Jackson donates some much-needed items to the collection box set up by her local Association of Realtors.

#GetKind — Creating Online Communities

For the months of July and August in 2021, Random Acts staff are thinking up ways to #GetKind by creating community in person and online!

Showing Support After Losing an Emotional Support Animal

Losing an emotional support animal is devastating, and it is hard to know how to help a friend going through this experience.

Vibrant Shades Colorize Urban Gardens

Thinking of helping sprout the urban farming initiative? Looking to pick up a green spade to match those cucumbers?

Cleaning the Streets with Nipomo Clean Sweep

Random Acts supporter Amie Linscott donated trash grabbing tools for Nipomo Clean Sweep’s first and future street clean ups.

Helping Give GrassROOTS Moms Some Relief

Helping Give GrassROOTS Moms Some Relief

From the moment Jen Hanson joined Random Acts as a DEI Specialist, she knew she wanted to put Random Acts’ resources to work to help her community in a big way. She knew of the nonprofit organization GrassROOTS Community Foundation from when she worked in New Jersey...