“A good deed brightens a dark world.”
Rewarding Kind Students
Fifth grade teacher Meagan Strehlow and her classroom assembled gift bags for students who proved to be outstanding examples of kindness.
One particularly kind hotel employee made it their business to spread positivity… in the healthiest way possible.
Caring for Teachers
Random Acts supporter Rory visited schools in the Mineral Point School District to surprise some inspiring teachers.
Kind Acts for Displaced Families
Marysville, Washington resident Katie Bakker requested funds back in September to provide two families with some much needed supplies and food… and a heap of kindness and love.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
“To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded.”
A Bike for Blaze
With the help of Random Acts and a group of intrepid steampunk enthusiasts, 12-year-old Blaze was able to finally ride the bike that he had wanted for so long.
Class Act Coffee
The students of the Stuarts Draft Middle School decided to surprise their neighbors by handing out Starbucks gift cards.
Mending Lives in Brazil
Earlier this summer, dedicated supporter Claudia Mendes was able to use her allotted funding to provide a sewing machine for a seamstress who had recently lost their home in a fire.