Spreading kindness today

Spreading kindness today
Be kind, pass it on.
It's time to ask yourself if you're that kind of person — the kind that would mark national Kindness Day, the signal to do something nice today for someone in hopes of creating a region-wide pay-it-forward buzz. Don't be surprised if someone makes …

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Be kind, pass it on.

Niagara is ready for Friday's Random Act of Kindness Day, and JoAnne Crick, community initiatives manager at Niagara Community Foundation, is encouraging residents to pay small acts of kindness forward. “It doesn't have to cost a thing,” Crick said.
Many Guelph residents will recognize Harry from his neighbourhood clean-ups around Waterloo Avenue. Today, we acknowledge Harry's hard work with a random act of kindness. 0. about 12 hours ago by: GuelphToday Staff. It's Random Act of Kindness Day, an annual community building initiative meant to encourage individuals, groups, businesses and organizations to engage in small acts of kindness and generosity. Several groups already have plans to mark the day …

Don't be surprised if a complete stranger buys you a coffee today or goes out of their way to put a smile on your face. Friday is the 9th annual Random Act of Kindness Day in K-W. A number of local organizations are taking up the challenge this year …

Be kind, pass it on.
Be kind, pass it on.

A volunteer with Saskatoon's Random Act of Kindness Day hands out a new pair of gloves to a local resident. Saskatoon Community Foundation. The Saskatoon City Police teamed up with Tim Hortons and St. Michael School for. A University of Guelph student hands out some free cotton candy to a fellow Gryphon passing by in Branion Plaza during a previous Random Act of Kindness Day. next play/pause pre 1/1. Guelph Mercury. It's that time of year again when local people are. 1 / 3 Lianne Carter Ladner of Guelph Community Foundation is ready for Friday's Random Act of Kindness Day. Rob O'Flanagan/GuelphToday. Expand. Previous. Lianne Carter Ladner of Guelph Community Foundation is ready for Friday's Random Act of

A chance to do something nice for someone

Happiness researcher Sean Achor demonstrated through his extensive research that if you perform random acts of kindness for two minutes a day for twenty-one days, you can actually retrain your brain to be more positive. Studies such as his show that …

Businesses, charitable groups and individuals across the country committed to performing Random Acts of Kindness (RAKS) all day today. In Victoria, members of the Victoria Foundation baked homemade cookies for clients at Our Place. “The idea is to pay …

It's Random Act of Kindness Day, where you're encouraged to take note of something positive done for you and then pay it forward. Laurie Bienert of the Nanaimo Foundation says it doesn't have to be a grand gesture. “That's the beauty of it. It can be

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