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Random Act of Kindness Day

Random Act of Kindness Day



Random acts of kindness are a wonderful way to touch the lives of others and make our world a better place.
 
The Niagara Community Foundation, with its partners, is embarking on a simple yet extremely meaningful new initiative called Random Act of Kindness Day.
 
With two thoughts in mind – to reinforce the Niagara Community Foundation’s vision of building a better community and to encourage the ‘pay it forward’ philosophy the day is an invitation for individuals, schools, community groups, service clubs, businesses, healthcare institutions, and churches to join hearts and hands to celebrate the kind and friendly community in which we live.
 
Random Act of Kindness Day has been a tremendous success with other community foundations across Ontario involving folks from all different walks of life performing small, simple, kind deeds.  People will have an opportunity to share their stories and personal accounts by emailing rak@niagaracommunityfoundation.org
 
Random Act of Kindness Day has also caused a ripple effect across Ontario.  We’re pleased to share, that other communities will be taking part in the special day as well.  Community foundations from Kitchener Waterloo, Guelph, Windsor Essex, Oakville and a number of community organizations across Ontario will be participating in 2016.
 
Random Act of Kindness Day is made possible with a group of dedicated volunteers.  Their support has made this special day a reality!  Thanks to all of our friends in Niagara who are truly helping to make a lasting difference.
 
Download your RAK card / Télécharger votre RAK carte.

Download your RAK Poster.
Télécharger votre RAK affiche.
 

How you can get involved!

 
101 Random Acts of Kindness Suggestions
 
We have a Random Act of Kindness Day website banner that you can put on your website – showing your support of this special day!  Email rak@niagaracommunityfoundation.org
 
What are you doing to celebrate Random Act of Kindness Day? Tell us!
 

RAK in the Media