Reading the book Random Acts of Kindness gave me more ideas to expand on what I was already doing. I noticed that when I asked someone what act of kindness they received, often they did not even to compare to what I was doing. This part of the site belongs to you. Tell me what you received as an act of kindness. Add to the suggestions below. Let’s start a wave of kindness together!
A page dedicated to connecting people to resources. Have at it and while you’re at it if you know of anyone who is a left handed gardener who wears gardening gloves I’d like to connect with them for a glove exchange. Thanks.
Do you know of other organizations that “teach people how to fish” instead of just asking for money over and over and coming up short every year?
Since 1944, Heifer International has provided food and income-producing animals and training to millions of resource-poor families in 115 countries.
Carole, a nurse from Sonoma, California, recently joined a Manna Relief team on a journey to distribute health-giving nutrients and vitamins to orphanages throughout Uganda. As gifts for the children, she tucked 1200 iridescent foil butterflies into her suitcase. In Uganda, she met the face of great need: 600,000 orphans. Many were suffering from HIV, AIDS and Malaria. For others, rebel strife had taken their parents.