Even the simplest things can make a difference.
Acts of Kindness are simple good deeds you can do at any moment to make the world a better place. We hope these acts of kindness will help infuse more kindness throughout our community.
So what are you waiting for? Show your loved ones, friends, neighbors, and complete strangers that you truly care.
Here are a few ideas to get you started:
Donate your talents. Offer your photography, writing or sewing skills to a charity.
Surprise a neighbor with freshly baked cookies or treats.
When you notice a neighbor doing yard work, offer them a cold beverage.
Post inspirational sticky notes around your neighborhood, office, school, etc.
Bring your child’s teacher, boss, or coworker coffee in the morning.
Compliment the first three people you see today.
Leave a box of goodies in your mailbox for your mail carrier.
Send a positive text message to five people right now.
Set an alarm on your phone to go off at three different times during the day. In those moments, do something kind for someone else.
Donate old towels or blankets to an animal shelter.
Say hi to the person next to you in the hallway or at the store.
Treat your friends to dinner for no reason.
Donate clothes to Goodwill or Salvation Army.
Figure out a friend’s half birthday and surprise them with a treat on that day.
Leave a gas gift card at a gas pump.
Throw a party to celebrate someone just for being who they are, which is awesome.
Write a LinkedIn recommendation for a coworker or connection.
Help someone before they ask.
Encounter someone in customer service who is especially kind? Take an extra five minutes to tell their manager.
Leave unused coupons next to corresponding products in the grocery store.
Try to make sure every person in a group conversation feels included.
Write a kind message on your mirror with a dry erase marker for yourself, your significant other or a family member.
Place a positive body image notes in jean pockets at a department store.
Send a gratitude email to a coworker who deserves more recognition.
Practice self-kindness and spend 30 minutes doing something you love.
Know parents who could use a night out? Offer to babysit for free.
Put a plant in a terracotta pot and decorate it with positive words that describe a friend. Surprise your friend with the plant!
Write a positive comment on your favorite blog, website, or a friend’s social media account.
Purchase extra dog or cat food and bring it to an animal shelter.
Make a donation to a cause you care about online.
Invite someone who may be alone over for dinner.
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