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.
Back in November, my husband was taking treatments at the hospital twice a day. One day I dropped him off and went to park the car. As I was walking into the hospital a lady was leaving. She had an odd look on her face but was composed. As I walked up to her, for some reason I asked her if...Read Story
My first experience of someone sharing a random act of kindness with our family was in the drive-thru of Tim Hortons. We pulled up and took our dozen donuts from the cashier. She then told us that the car in front of us had already paid for our order! I was speechless! My kids and I decided to do the...Read Story
Most Autism parents can relate to what I call "the short list". This is a mental list of restaurants where we can go as a family and actually ENJOY ourselves. This is not to say restaurants post a "no special needs allowed" sign outside their door but, from what we've witnessed, they might as well. This story is not about the...Read Story
Who is the Kindness Junkie and why did she start 60 Seconds to Kindness?
I'm Tae and I've overcome 25 years of physical and personal challenges. At the age of 27, doctors discovered a congenital kidney defect which resulted in surgery on both kidneys, lifelong impairment to kidney function, and the inability to carry a baby. Then came three surgeries to...Read Story
Send a letter or card in the mail to a child (your own child, niece, nephew, grandchild, or godchild). They love to get mail and it will brighten their day!
Do you remember when you were a kid and your job was to go down to the mailbox to collect the mail? I do! I was always so excited and...Read Story
If you have an elderly neighbor, stop by on your way to the grocery store and ask if you can bring them anything they might need.
My neighbor, a single elderly woman in her late 70’s who walked with a cane, was rear-ended in a traffic accident. Although she was shaken and sore, she would be okay after undergoing a...Read Story
Veronica Mollica, Cyber Security Recruiter
More than anything else in the world, kindness matters most to me.
Everything we think, say, and do matters; the choice to be kind, moment-to-moment, affects how we feel. As a mom, I am always looking for ways to teach my kids the profound power of kind thoughts toward themselves, kind words towards others, and...Read Story
I have always liked doing more for people because I believe God did not bring us into the world to walk around in heels and just drive expensive cars, we are blessed to be a blessing...and I know for sure that I am here today because someone was kind enough to pay for my college fees because my mom could...Read Story
For about a year now, I've been helping out a Philadelphia soup kitchen called Grace Cafe. It's run by the Arch Street United Methodist Church in central Philly. I found out about it through a Philadelphia volunteering website. I was hooked on it from the first time I went. They give out around 200 meals every Sunday to those who...Read Story
Had the privilege of doing a RAK with a small group of people from our Church this past Christmas. We randomly paid for people's groceries...best thing I've done in a while! We meet once a week to show love through some kind of RAK toward those who live in our Hartland community. 💕Read Story
Hi everyone, There is nothing like the joy of giving. And who deserves act of kindness than the ones more misfortune than us? I am planning to start a new tradition - picking up 20-30 buns (with meat, veggies, and custard) from international district on Saturday at 3pm, and to have a nice walk to Westlake area and give away...Read Story
I am a banker and recently had an elderly woman come in who had overdrawn her account by $6.25. She wanted to correct the overdraft and began counting her change. I heard her mention that she had wanted to buy coffee with her change. I deposited her money, gave her a receipt, and then I asked her to wait one...Read Story
I am a banker and recently had an elderly woman come in who had overdrawn her account by $6.25. She wanted to correct the overdraft and began counting her change. I heard her mention that she had wanted to buy coffee with her change. I deposited her money, gave her a receipt and then I asked her to wait one...Read Story
There was a man that walked down the street every day with a hard hat on and his lunchpailin hand, headed to work. One day, a lady stopped and asked why he had to walk to work every day. The man explained that he did not have a driver's license because he had bad eye sight. The woman gave 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 1000s of...Read Story