December is the giving month. So we at WCPO challenged ourselves to think about how we might share in the spirit and come up with holiday acts of random kindness. Here's our first list of nine. There will be 11 more.
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9 Acts of Random Holiday Kindness - December 14, 2013
1.) Shovel a neighbor's walkway or sidewalk after it snows.
2.) Pay the tab for the car behind you at the drive thru window.
3.) Grab a roll of quarters and fill near-empty parking meters.
4.) Help someone load or unload their groceries.
5.) Write a letter to someone who made a difference in your life.
6.) Buy a prepaid phone card and give it to someone who needs it.
7.) Keep your spare change in a piggy bank and donate it to a cause or charity of your choice when it's full.
8.) Leave quarters at the laundromat for the next person.
9.) Pay off someone's layaway order.
Is there a random act of kindness that you'd like to share? Comment below, on Facebook or on Twitter using the hashtag #9RAK.