Share with me some random acts of kindness you've seen or done lately. I'm always looking for ideas for little things I can do for people.
I'll start: There's a dry cleaner in NYC who offers free dry cleaning to unemployed people who have a job interview. How completely awesome is that?
Little things I do:
- I carry granola bars when I go downtown. I give them to homeless people who ask for money (and ones who don't). Costs me less than a loonie that I might otherwise give them. I've only once gotten less than a major thank you.
- I donate money to the United Church's Mission and Service Fund.
- I got my church to set up a fund for Spread the Net.
- I do tech support by donation (which means, "for free" :), and when it doesn't, I usually only will take half of what they offer) for seniors, and tell them to give my name to anyone.
It's not much. I really need some inspiration for little things I can do, so share share and share some more!