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. This is Day 2. What would you add?
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9 Acts of Random Holiday Kindness - December 15, 2013
1.) Write out personal holiday cards and deliver to a nursery home -- from "RoxieHeld," from our Facebook page.
2.) Buy a couple $5 or $10 cards at a local store and give them to random people shopping.
3.) Pick up a few $1 toys at your local dollar store and drop them in a toy collection bin around town.
4.) Deliver a tray of holiday cookies to a neighbor you don't know.
5.) Write a note or holiday card to a teacher that has made a different in your child's life or education.
6.) Visit your favorite restaurant or bar and leave a holiday tip for your favorite server anonymously.
7.) Hold the door open for everyone with their hands full at the mall.
8.) Clean out your cupboards and pantry and donate to your local pantry or food shelf.
9.) Offer to read to the blind at Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired.
Is there a random act of kindness that you'd like to share? Comment below, on Facebook or on Twitter using the hashtag #9RAK.