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Celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Day with ASKWHO

The world can always use a little more kindness, and there’s no better time to show it than Random Acts of Kindness Day. It’s a great opportunity to do something selfless and contribute something positive to your community. Here are some ideas on how you can get involved…

Getting charitable  

From street clean-ups to food drives, there are plenty of opportunities to give back in your local area…

– If you don’t have the time or energy to volunteer, donating is another great way to give back. Whether it’s clothes, toys, books, or even cash donations – whatever you can give goes a long way. 

– Want to do something big for your local area? Why not host your very own charity event such as a fundraiser, sponsored run or even a cooking event? Don’t forget to share your event on the ASKWHO community group to get those RSVP numbers up. 

– Show kindness online by sending cards and messages of support to people who need it most. Social media is full of people who could use a kind word or two – so why not take this opportunity to spread positivity? Just one message can make all the difference. 

Organizations to get involved with 

If you want to make a longer-term commitment, why not check out some of the amazing organizations working hard to make life better? You could join an organization like Food Bank or Helping Hands that provide essential food and supplies to those in need; or volunteer with an animal rescue group like Friends of Animals.

Remember to be kind

Being kind to your existing community of friends and people is essential to maintaining healthy relationships and building new connections. It’s important to listen to what others have to say, offer help when needed, and show your support.If you’re looking for like-minded people who want to get involved this Random Acts Of Kindness Day, just share your message on ASKWHO.

Join forces with those in your community to organise charitable events together. It’s time to find friends who also want to make a difference in their community – let’s make it happen.