It can be anything from paying for a ticket for someone behind you on the bus to giving a bunch of flowers to a stranger. A Random Act Of Kindness can be done anonymously too, like leaving a book on a bench or a spare umbrella hanging from a tree. The Missing Kind encourages Random Acts Of Kindness by supporting our staff and volunteers to go out and get involved in as many as possible!
We’re also happy to offer advice and support to those of you who would like to perform your own random acts of kindness.
We helped NCS with their 2 weeks of Random Acts of Kindness...Read more
Do you want to do a Random Act of Kindness for someone but you're not sure where to start? We've got loads of ideas, so why not pick one and give it a go?!Read more
We decided to return the kindness to all the creators and make the mothers smile!Read more
With the help of our volunteers, the Missing Kind ran an Easter competition to get the word out about who we are and what we do.Read more
Diss Kindness team is great at Random Acts of Kindness! Why not join in?Read more