Random Acts Of Kindness Day Featuring Rainbow Rabbit!
On Friday, February 17, National Random Acts of Kindness Day will be celebrated by individuals, organizations and various groups across the United States.
This year, Rainbow Rabbit is taking his role very seriously.
School teachers and educators can download the special PDF containing special encouraging messages from Rainbow Rabbit himself! The messages can be divided and given to students, who in turn, can fill in the messages themselves and give them to anyone they like as a random act of kindness.
Here are some ideas for random acts of kindness:
- Pay for somebody’s meal
- Let someone go in front of you in the supermarket line
- Pay for a stranger’s movie ticket
- Let a person have your seat on the train/subway
- Help a less-abled person if they are not able to do things for themselves
- Pay for a person’s bus or cab fare
- Let somebody pass you in traffic
- Community service
The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation is an internationally recognized non-profit organization which also celebrates Random Acts of Kindness Week. The day, which originated in New Zealand, is celebrated on different days in other parts of the world throughout the year.
You can access the Rainbow Rabbit Kindness Cards here!
Special thanks to Alicia Truman!