I fix computers and I had an elderly man ring who needed help with his iPad. He had just come out of the hospital for a few days after spending 2 months there battling cancer.read more →
I was visiting someone in the hospital, and the woman she shared the room with was deaf and mute and had been her whole life. She was around 80 years old and had just had a stroke.read more →
My nephew was in 6th grade and kept depleting his lunch account more quickly than usual. After the second time I was refilling it sooner than expected, I asked him why. He told me there was a less fortunate boy that had insufficient food or no food at all.read more →
My awesome daughter came first in a running race at school as the girl who was in front of her tripped and fell. The girl who fell was so devastated at not winning that my daughter swapped ribbons with her, bringing home a fourth-place ribbon instead of first.read more →
To the Mystery woman who bought my groceries last night at Aldi’s:
It’s taken me all morning to figure out what to say, so I’ll just make it short and sweet.
I was more than prepared to buy my items.
They were budgeted.
They were planned.
They were strategically placed in my cart for a fast checkout.
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.
Stories of Kindness
- 09 Jul 2020This morning I got a call from my 92-year-old neighbor
- 06 Jul 202010 Week Kindness Challenge for Kids – Week 2
- 30 Jun 2020Four teenage boys at the BMX track
- 26 Jun 2020Airline snacks
- 20 Jun 2020God bless you