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There are many ways to show random acts of kindness.
Maybe you’re new to this whole thing and not sure how to start.
Well, here is a list of examples to help you out.
Here are 25 inspiring ways to show random acts of kindness.
Because it can be very easy to brighten someone else’s day right up.
But, I understand that coming up with ideas on your own can be a little tough.
Therefore, I’m giving you 25 inspiring ways to help you do that.
Now, some of these won’t even cost you a dime, and will only take a moment of your time.
But on the other hand, some of them are a little more in-depth.
However, you may choose whatever ones you are most comfortable with, or the one that best fits the occasion.
25 Random Acts of Kindness
- Hold the door open for the person behind you.
- Give someone a compliment.
- Allow someone to go ahead of you in line at the store.
- Smile at someone on the street.
- Check in on an elderly neighbor.
- Donate some of your old clothes to charity.
- Take the time to listen to someone who is having a bad day.
- Tape change to a parking meter or vending machine.
- Adopt a child or family during the holidays to give gifts to.
- Send a get-well card to someone.
- Even better, send a card for no reason at all.
- Ask for donations to your favorite charity instead of presents for your birthday.
- Send a note of thanks to someone who’s made a big difference in your life.
- Pay for the person behind you in line.
- Let the manager of the store know when an associate gives you exceptional service.
- Leave kind notes in the dressing room or bathroom so you can help encourage body positivity.
- Offer to babysit for parents who really need a night away or to help with the nightly feedings for a new mother friend.
- Visit a nursing home just to spend time with those who rarely receive visitors or bring treats for the residents.
- Fundraise, for instance try participating in a 5K walk or other sponsored activity.
- Shovel the driveway for elderly neighbors or those who may otherwise have trouble doing the job themselves.
- Mowing lawns and raking leaves are also good ideas.
- Clean up the trash in your neighborhood for instance at a park or beach.
- Mentor a young person entering your profession
- Help someone stranded on the side of the road.
Hopefully, this quick little list will inspire you to begin sharing random acts of kindness with those around you.
You can pick one from the list, or come up with an idea of your own.
I’m sure you will feel great afterward.
Then after that, chances are you’ll be ready to do continue doing these and make someone’s day brighter.
Check out this related post on how random acts of kindness can help you right here.