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How to Use Kindness Cards
Left on the self check out at the supermarket during World Kindness Week.
Amanda made coffees for a random family while away on holidays.
Added to a letter of love Amanda sent.
My husband gave a tip to a teenager and told him to pay it forward.
Flick thinks her bus driver is wonderful, so wanted to share a little joy with him.
Left kindness cards in random places for people to find.
Amanda adds Kindness Cards to her kindness hampers.
Shared with Sara from Hunting Happiness.
Amanda gave a bunch of flowers to a lady randomly chosen at the supermarket.
We acknowledge someone’s hard work in transforming their garden.
Left some popcorn and a kindness card for someone to enjoy with their movie.
Camille left a scarf with a note wrapped around a pole for someone cold to use.
“Suspend” a coffee at a participating cafe or pay for the person behind you.
My kids left home baked goodies for our neighbour’s at Christmas.
Sara shared kindness cards when she was entertaining.
Shirley left a thank you when she was on holidays.
Bobbie left a kindness card in a wallet she found and returned.
Thanked someone for their great service when we were away.
Bryony left a chocolate for the cashier at the supermarket.
Bryony paid for a coffee for a man with no money in his wallet.
Calan left some flowers for someone offering service in the community.
Camille taped bus fare for someone to find on the bus shelter wall.
My son fed a parking meter and left a kindness card for them to pay it forward.
Left with a scratch lotto ticket for whoever purchased the bucket.
Pam went to a hotel and gave flowers to a maid and the lady on reception.
Left some treats for people picking up their mail.
Candy that was shared with kids on Valentines Day.
Camille left a surprise in a library book.
We left a surprise for someone picking up their mail.
Given to Gordon when a friend and I were helping the homeless.
Left a treat for a weary parent in the family room in a shopping centre.
Given to people in the community with a kind deed.
Camille left a postage paid card in a public area for someone to find.
A gift that was left in the mall for a random person to enjoy.
Left a kindness card and a scratch lotto ticket in a DVD when we returned it to the store.
This one was left at a squash club for someone to find.
Left a thank you for the cleaner at the cinema.
Left some change for the phone.
Children’s Kindness Cards are used in primary schools as part of our ongoing curriculum.
Cupcakes given out by Little Steps to a Better World during Random Acts of Kindness Day in NZ 2014.
Cathie gave out her kindness cards to random people at Christmas.
Camille’s first act of kindness to honour family member’s birthdays.
Calan gave some unwanted books to a cafe to keep children amused.
Kindness during Random Acts of Kindness Day in New Zealand
Amanda left a trolley token when she returned it to the bay.
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