There is no better way to show someone you care, or help someone in need than with a Random Act of Kindness! This year, Random Acts of Kindness Day officially fell on February 17, but who’s to say you can’t participate for an entire week, month or year?
The movement has become more than just spontaneous acts of good intention. Over the years RAKtivists have worked to promote kindness on a daily basis - believing that the simple idea of people being nice to one another has the ability to change the world. One person’s actions could cause a ripple effect of kindness in the world – would that really be so bad?
Whether you are simply holding the door for someone, or organizing a large community fundraiser to help those in need, just remember that every act of kindness no matter how big or small matters to someone!
Teachers can even join in on the fun! Bring kindness into your classroom with these resources and curriculum ideas! From Kindergarten to high school, there are lesson plans fit for all age groups that teach caring, respect and kindness.
What Random Acts of Kindness have you seen in your life? Have you seen a ripple effect take place from on simple action? Share your kindness stories in the comments below!!