December 1, 2020
Cleveland Kindness Challenge
Help us count a million acts of kindness from now until Dec. 15, 2020.
Whether it’s the simple act of making someone smile, helping a neighbor,
showing up for a cause we care about, or giving to those
who need our help — every act of generosity counts.
PLEASE NOTE: You don’t have to live in Cleveland to participate!
Are you from Cleveland or love someone in Cleveland?
Help make Northeast Ohio an epicenter of kindness this holiday season.
Kindness anywhere and everywhere is worth celebrating!
Acts of Kindess
Aomi - Share my blocks with my sister
Iola - Share my food with the poor and coat with someone cold
Najae - Help my dad shovel the snow
Riley - Share my play dog toys with my cousin
Zoey - Give my sister a present
Sophia - Write Mrs. W a letter of thanks
Najae - Shovel the sidewalk (* picture attached)
Najae - Help my mom clean her room
Brooke - Help my mom do the dishes and make the bed
Kori S. - Let my sister share my tablet
Kori W. - Cleaned up a mess
Sadeem - Help my sister make the bed and wash the dishes
Milan - Clean dishes with my grandma
Danii-Jade - Cook with my mommy
Zoey - Help my mom cook every day
Xaria - Help my sister clean up the dishes
Iola - Clean up my mommy's room
Hailey - I help cook dinner and roll out meatballs
Kori S. - Help fold the clothes
Sadeem - Clean up the toys
Aliyah - Cook with my mom and clean up the living room
Riley - Play hide-n-seek with my sisters
Danii - Jade - Help my mommy find her sweater
Kori W. - Help my sister clean up her toys and color with her
Kori S. - Help mom fold clothes
Xaria - Vacuum and sweep the floor
Aliyah - Give my toys to kids who need them
We made chocolate covered pretzels and Oreos and delivered them to family members!
We donated gloves and food to the giving tree!
Yesterday, a patient outside of our facility, car got stuck in our parking lot, and I helped push him out and on his way home.
My whole class made cards for the home-bound church members.
A friend in Los Angeles had been sick for a while and her husband needed support when she died suddenly earlier this week. I couldn't be there to help, so I called a priest I knew there. That priest stepped up to walk with a total stranger through a terrible day.
A guy got his car stuck on our unplowed street, and a neighbor and I helped push him out and get him going!
Co-workers stepping up to support a colleague dealing with the loss of a family member with compassion, food, memorial gifts and fellowship. #embracekindness
Business Volunteers Unlimited
We have received so much support from our nonprofit and business members so that we are able to serve our community. We enjoy finding ways to continuously support volunteerism in the community and a strong nonprofit presence in our community.
When my friends and family dropped food off and had treats sent to my house when I was sick. They were there for me if I needed anything and I appreciated it!
Julie and Chris Ilcin
Donated goodies to the Teacher Appreciation cart at Ss. Robert and William Catholic School.