100 Acts of Kindness for Kids

10 Acts of Kindness for Kids

Doing acts of kindness is one of the best activities you can do with your kids. It’s a great way to bond as a family, a lot of fun and teaches kids about compassion and service. Continue reading

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17 Easy Ways to Pay it Forward

I’m a Helpfulpeeps Community Champion and I can’t recommend it highly enough! Helpfulpeeps is a free website community full of people helping each other. From sharing skills to giving advice, there are plenty of people who need help and plenty of people to offer help. It’s a great community full of kind people, pop over and check it out at www.helpfulpeeps.com. In the meantime, check out these 17 great tips for paying it forward from the Helpfulpeeps blog.

It doesn’t need to be difficult to do something nice for someone! In fact, if often only take a simple random act of kindness that can most likely be free, easy and quick and the impact of your good deed could be huge, so what are you waiting for? Continue reading

134 Random Acts of Kindness

134 Random Acts of Kindness from And Then We Saved.

The devastation of the recent Sandy Hook tragedy has prompted people to start asking themselves, “What can I do to change this?” and “How can we prevent this from happening again?”

Ann Curry says, “If you do good, you’ll feel good.” She suggests that we all perform 26 Acts of Kindness, 1 act of kindness for every single life that was lost in the shooting (can’t help but cry as I write this).

Here are some ideas to help you spread the kindness. Not everyone is bad. Don’t lose your faith in humanity.

Check out 134 Random Acts of Kindness from And Then We Saved.

102 Random Acts of Kindness – Ideas to Inspire Kindness

How great is it that our random acts of kindness and good deeds can make someone else’s entire day?

Here are 102 random acts of kindness and good deeds that can help you carry out kindness daily and become an everyday hero.

Some of these are new ideas that I haven’t seen online before. Others aren’t as original, but a reminder certainly never hurts.

Read the ideas here: http://www.bradaronson.com/acts-of-kindness/