Acts of Kindness

Jenny Singleton from Anchorage, AK on March 26, 2013 wrote:

What a fun morning I have had. I had an early meeting at work so it started early. The girls and I brought some banana bread to a family who has recently experienced a loss. They were excited for our quick visit and treat. Then I drove through McDonald's for my daily diet Coke, I paid for the...

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Lynn from Williamsburg, VA on March 26, 2013 wrote:

I was able to make brownies and take them to six of our local fire departments. I also made several plates of cookies and took them to some families that have been feeling a little under the weather lately. I'll be looking for other opportunities to spread a little sunshine the rest of the day.

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Barbara Guyll from Mesa, AZ on March 26, 2012 wrote:

I have a dear friend that had 3 brain tumors. She had chemo and radiation which causes a bald spot on top of her head and the hair will never grow back. I have been growing my hair for a year and a half because her hairpiece is wearing out. Today we went and cut it all off and in two weeks she...

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Judy Evans from Mesa, AZ on March 26, 2012 wrote:

On Monday I enlisted the help of a cashier. I slipped her some money and asked her to use it to help pay for someone's groceries, whoever she chose. I ran into her Tuesday and she just beamed. She said that was the coolest day! She kept thinking, "Is it them? Is it them??" It was quite a while...

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Renee Herbert on March 26, 2012 wrote:

The death of a child is a tragedy not only for their family, but also for our communities. I support Kamber's Kaskets, who donated a casket for Ethan by donating on their website today. I'm so glad I've had the opportunity to learn of Ethan's story and participate in his memory today. I hope my...

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