Who's Your One?
Do you have someone in your life who inspired you to be a better person?
Did you witness an act of kindness that left an impression?
Share your kindness story with the world.
There was a man that walked down the street every day with a hard hat on and his lunchpail headed to work a lady stopped and asked why he had to walk to work every day man explained that he did not have a drivers license because he had bad eyes and he was not able to get one the...Read Story
I am a junior in high school and I'm sixteen years old. I know what it feels like to be bullied, depressed, and anxiety filled. I know what it feels like to be not good enough or below average, most, if not all of the people at school never failed to remind me. I get it, and I want to...Read Story
My blind and autistic son, Pauly, is my motivation and "Hero."
Since Pauly cannot see and talk, we've relied on music to soothe and calm him. I know firsthand the power and happiness that music gives to Pauly, and we want to bring that same joy to others.
My son has inspired me to start "Pauly's Project" which distributes 1000's of...Read Story
My name is John M. Sweeney. I’m the founder and Chief Kindness Officer of a worldwide social movement called Suspended Coffees. I’m a misfit, a Kindness Coach, I’m a storyteller and I’m a teacher of kindness.
For me, kindness has not only changed my life, it's also saved it....Read Story
one time a girl that was doing very well in school but then a boy started making fun of her name then signs then the girl told the teacher but then the boy said she should of stayed QUIET and none of this would ever happen the girl stood up and tell a grown up and felt as happy as...Read Story
In India, being the first born to an ambitious father, always looked up to him, observing the discipline, values and honesty. Could see him multiply his fortune rapidly. At age 14, I was subjected to see my father’s almost mutilated body, stabbed brutally by his business partners. Raised by a single uneducated mother since then, could see the struggle she...Read Story
I'm Chair of a School PTA and one of my team has a great relationship with our local recycling centre and they keep soft toys for her. They go in our Christmas Fayre Soft Toy Tombola. Last week I was going through a huge sack of toys, and right at the bottom was a little grey duckling - and on...Read Story
Today is my first time to go to No Fill, when I went to the cashier I had just knew they just accept the debate and cash, and I didn't have cash so I replied to the cashier in my unfluent English embrasely "just cancel it.." The handsome guy who was standing behind he said,"no worries, I 'll pay for...Read Story
The father Jerimal Fixin gave a poor man some indian food when he saw him shivering and staring at him. Gratefully the poor man says Thank you several times and god bless you. The father says,"It's ok. A man has to do what a man should do." He had brought an old blanket for his daughter and saw his wife...Read Story
There once was a girl who was a bully some kids were scared of here some was not but one day there was a new kid in school one of the kids to her that she needs to move out of the way there is a bully comeing down the hallway so the girl did but be for she moved...Read Story
Last year I decided to tell my family that I didn't want or need anything for my birthday...but for them to think of a way to share a kindness in their world - for me. My two adult children and husband all did something different and wonderful. The week of my birthday my husband (who is a teaching golf pro)...Read Story
On Jan. 10, 2015, lifelong best friends Abby Liefer, 19, and Hannah Porter, 20, were the victims of a fatal car crash on a rural highway outside of Red Bud Illinois when an approaching underage drunk driver crossed the center line and hit them head on. My name is Alison and Abby was my little sister. She was only 19...Read Story
Realizing that we're two self-centered millennials, often focused on what’s ahead instead of what’s around us, we created a series of 12 steps as a way to become kinder, more empathetic people.
Based on 12-step programs designed to change behaviors, we took a vow to complete this 12-month resolution last January, one step per month. We’ve also designed...Read Story
My name is Madison Peach Steiner, I am the founder of Peach's Neet Feet, and after almost five years of running a non-profit based on the platform of kindness and the science of caring, I see the world through a lens of compassion. I believe one act of kindness can be the foundation for great change in the...Read Story
A couple of years ago, I was introduced to a wonderfully great initiative called “Random Act of Kindness Week.” Random Act of KindnessThe name speaks for itself – it’s a call to action to show kindness, in some capacity, for 7 days. There is a foundation in Denver that spearheads this directive. Its charge: Take this week to step out...Read Story
In 2011, I began posting daily self-thought "Happiness is" quotes on my personal Facebook page. Fast forward five years and I have turned a simple status into an initiative for goodness.
The Smile Project has become my passion project. I currently run all forms of social media as well as the website. I conduct merchandise sales and go to speaking...Read Story
My friend was standing in line to buy some medicine she needed, but when the cashier told her the price, my friend was surprised to find that she was a few dollars short. She asked if she could leave and come back for the medicine since she did have more money at home. Before the cashier could reply, however, the...Read Story
My father Gale is 82 years old now. I recently learned about his random act of kindness that happened more than 60 years ago. I wept as my mother told me the story.
She began, You know your father will never tell you this, but I want you to know when you and your sister were very...Read Story