Changing the world one random act of kindness at a time.

Lisa smiling with Crisis Nursery sign in background
Welcome to our Random Acts September newsletter. This month, we have news on how being kind impacts your brain, according to science. We also bring you updates on how Random Acts’ staff and supporters helped kids during back-to-school time in places as diverse as Seattle and Ghana. And we’re inviting you to take the initiative and bring kindness to kids and families in need. 
 
Have a fantastic month!  
– The Random Acts Team 
  • In Missouri, Ashley donated 800 wish-list items to Youth In Need, benefiting their Runaway/Homeless Youth Program.
  • In Seattle, Samara donated healthy snacks for children to families in need.
  • In Minneapolis, Holly provided toys and games to support the mental health of local middle schoolers.
  • And in Florida, Emily took part in a donation drive for Charlotte County Homeless Coalition, assembling hygiene care packages.

Become Involved: Helping Families and Children in Crisis

Many local organizations help families and children in need. One of our RA staff members, Lisa, donated to one of them – the Crisis Nursery Coalition of Illinois. It provides a 24-hours 7-days-a-week child care network for families in crisis. Do you want to help children in your own community? Apply for an act to get started!

 

Care Packages for Further Education in Ghana

Random Acts Africa Representative Coffie Richard helped students at the Potter’s Village in Ghana, a children’s home. He provided colorful care packages for those moving to boarding schools to continue their education, giving them a boost on their further learning journey.