365 Days of Kindness – Day 18
So many AMAZING Random Acts of Kindness Stories from the 365 Days of Kindness from last year and so far this year! If you would like to share your story, GO HERE!! It is so encouraging and exciting to watch God at work. THANK YOU JESUS!! I will start posting the night before so everyone can like and share with their friends and family. Let’s get everyone we know involved in this movement of the 365 Days of Kindness:)
**DAY 18 CHALLENGE**
A few years ago we did this fun band-aid drive and we are doing it again this year in memory of my nephew, Troy, who died of Leukemia at the age of 12 – 16 years ago. My kids decided this would be so fun to do in Troy’s memory. Today, I challenge everyone to purchase a box of fun Band-Aids for a great cause.
Our kids are collecting boxes of fun band-aids (Hello Kitty, Scooby Doo, sparkles, etc) to be delivered to St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center Children’s Oncology Department. We are trying to get 1000 boxes and at least 1 box from every state and would love to see some sent internationally Now I know we have followers from the blog and FB page from EVERY state). How much fun will this be to follow – our kids will keep a map.
Band-aids can me mailed to Troy’s Band-Aid Drive, C/O Free Tastes Good, P.O. Box 312, Sylvania, OH 43560. You can also attach the FREE Act of Kindness Cards that (YOU CAN PRINT BY CLICKING HERE). The purpose of printing the cards is that the recipient can then recycle it and pass the card on by doing another random act of kindness. My vision is that this will continue and continue until EVERYONE is involved in some capacity. Who’s in? I am praying that everyone gets involved in this. None of us can help everyone, but all of us can help someone, and when we do we serve Jesus. We can make an impact in our communities, one life at a time!!
If you want to share you random acts of Kindness stories or see the random act of Kindness list that we have completed, CLICK HERE!
GOD IS GOOD. . ALL THE TIME!!
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