Kindness Starts With One®

One smile. One hug. One cup of coffee. One person...

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.

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The bike fall

I was riding my bike and fell on gravel and this man and woman came up to me and said "are you okay?" They pored water on my skin and got a napkin. They helped me up and I rode away.

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I helped my family

I helped my brother with his work. I help my mom by listening to her. I help my dad by reminding him to get something when we go to a store

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The time I helped my grandma

One day I was at my grandma house and I helped her water her plants

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when i help someone

so i was in school and then my friend fell and i helped her.

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Giving a gift

I gave my friend a gift.

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When I help my mom

So it was a Saturday or a Sunday I don't know but I helped my mom make breakfast for my family.

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that one friendly chat

i am a 4th grader and this is how i befriended mt neighbors one time a neighbor got my ball and we became fiends but turns out he knew another neighbor then me and my brother saw two more neighbors then we became all friends

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The time i cheered up my mom.

My mom was sad in her bed crying and i heard her so i went over to her and gave her a big cuddly hug and laid with her for about five minutes.

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Helping ! :)

After school time I help my grandma cook, And I play with my sister!

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the time that helped a friend out

these boys were being mean they took away this boy's ball and they started kicking it around I came in and I catched it and I gave it to him

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i helped my dads moto bike.

this week I filled the gas tank in my dads moto bike (also mine) without him asking me.

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Be kind and help other people who need help. :)

One time my sister was sad and she could not find her stuff and i helped here and she was happy that I helped her find something. =3

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Saying Thank You!

When my parents give me food or when my brother goes to get food for me, I always say "Thank you"

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I helped my sister.

When my sister was sad because she wanted me to play with her, but I was busy doing stuff. But I felt kinda bad for her, so I took a break. She got cheered up and I felt good again.

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A smile

I smiled at a person and he smiled back at me.

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Examples of Random Acts of Kindness

I've seen some acts of kindness that have inspired me to do them, but I haven't, but someday I will. I want to share some ways we, as a community, can do Random Acts of Kindness.

Example 1: Greet someone with a smile.
Have you seen anyone having a bad day? Don't avoid them, cheer them up. Something as simple...

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My mom

My mom has been having back pains. So I am decided that I would help around the house more doing chores. Like l put the dishes away more and make my mom‘s bed because she can’t bend over, or stand too long.

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Mc.Donalds

My grandpa, my sister, and I go to Mc.Donalds together all the time. One time, we saw a homeless man outside that asked someone for money, so that he could buy a sandwich and a drink. Before we left, we went back inside and bought him two sandwiches and the largest drink they had. When we gave it to him,...

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Showing Thanks To Our Hard Working Delivery Drivers

I've moved into a new home, so I've been getting a ton of deliveries every other day. I thought about the hard working delivery men and women that come to my door and wanted to show my appreciation for the hard work they all do. My daughter and I went out shopping and bought some snacks, mints and candy along...

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Food

Whenever my friends are hungry I always try my best to meet their needs. Whether it’s giving them a piece of mine or giving them money for them to buy food. I always try to keep them satisfied without a worry of remaining hungry.

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