Someone stole a large display perfume bottle from the window of my husband’s store. At Christmas time a woman arrived with the bottle saying she couldn’t get the lid off. She said her children had given it to her for Christmas.read more →
It seems such a little thing but it really made my day.read more →
Last week when I was in the supermarket shopping there was a huge racket in one of the isles. I couldn’t see what was happening but it went on for quite a while.read more →
Yesterday on my way home, there was a truck that had run out of gas. There was a woman and a child in the vehicle, and a little further down the beltline, there was a pregnant woman walking.read more →
There's nothing more heartwarming that good hearted kids who set examples of being kind. Our hope is that these examples of kindness from kids in different parts of the world can inspire your own children to step outside their comfort zone to make a difference.
We take homemade meals and “treats”, blankets, pillows, diapers, rash cream, boots, gloves, hand warmers to the homeless in Madison WI. The biggest thing we give them is the gift of TOUCH.read more →
I live in an apartment complex in New England. After a snowstorm, we all have to dig out our cars and move them so the maintenance crew can plow the whole lot.
The first lawn manicure of the season is always the toughest, but this young neighbor made ours a whole lot easier with three little words: “Need some help?” read more →
My aunt won a giveaway at a resort – so she invited us and we spent the weekend there. It was wonderful! However, it wouldn’t have been as amazing as it was if it hadn’t been for the hard-working Housekeepers.read more →
My friend, Kendall Joyner and I have a fun community service project. No one told us to do it. No one told us to be kind to older people. We just do it. It is fun. It brings joy to older people.read more →
I live in Malmesbury in Wiltshire. A kindness story I would like to share is about my 14-year-old neighbour Ben. He is the most caring individual out there. He cleans up the streets of Malmesbury and helps the elderly generation with lawn cutting and technology support. With his cleaning in our town he is out every weekend and after school in the week cleaning up the streets and alleyways, brushing and weeding them. He has also cleaned a bench covered in bird poo in our community where people couldn’t sit. That is now all cleans because of him. - Judy Taylor
My son Stephen once climbed through a small bathroom window to open the front door for an elderly lady who had accidentally locked herself out of her home. She was a complete stranger and he was just walking past her home and he saw she was distraught. - Bill