• January 20, 2015 at 5:18 pm

    random-actsOur first contest challenges you to find creative ways to practice random acts of kindness. We mentioned in our blog that performing kind acts benefits the person who does them by actually making that person happier! And if everyone did at least one kind act per day the world would be a much more happier place. So try it for yourself and tell us all about how kind acts make you feel. Your kindness acts can include material gifts, such as giving a pencil to a classmate who lost one, or intangible ones, such as helping your younger sibling with homework. You can simply spend your dollar on someone else (instead of yourself) – buy a an unexpected gift for a friend, give it to a homeless person, salvation army or any charity and record how you feel before and after. Or you can get more creative – check out our RAK videos below or get ideas from photos below. Email us photos or original videos of yourself performing a random acts of kindness (RAK) and win our prizes!You can always get RAK ideas from the official RAK site – http://www.randomactsofkindness.org/rak-weekor
    here http://www.buzzfeed.com/jessicamisener/101-easy-ideas-for-random-acts-of-kindness
    In addition to being put on our Praise Post, when we choose you as a winner, you have a choice to pick from our selection of prizes, or be entered into our larger prize category which will be announced at the end of the year. Because performing active kindness can be so much fun, we have demonstrated a whole lot of random acts of senseless kindness which we enjoyed doing in one day!

    Hug video

    Tip video

    Tip #2 video

    Help with rake

    Helping with packages

    Statue – girls

    Statue – man