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
My wonderful neighbors cut my grass for me. They have done this for over a decade now. It would be difficult for me to do it, and they really help me out by doing so. I am very grateful.
The Green House Euclid
We’re hosting a giving tree set up by a local family! Have something to give? Leave it here to decorate the tree, need a hat, scarf or gloves? Take what you need. Thanks, neighbors!
Drew holiday pictures for homebound parishioners.
Made coffee and purchased pizza for the chimney guys working on our tuck pointing well past 6pm on a Saturday.
While cleaning the snow off of my car, I decided to clean the car parked next to me too. I hope they were excited to find their car all cleaned off.
A young entrepreneur friend has recently recovered from Covid and an emergency appendectomy. To raise money for her additional expenses, she started a new venture selling hats that accommodate our masks. It is a very small thing on my part, but I shared her post & photos to help generate sales for her. They're affordable and adorable.
When my grandfather passed away, a friend of mine made a blanket with a picture collage of my grandfather.
A friend was laid off work due to Covid-19 and I helped them update their resume.
Thank you Leah McComb for that one Sunday after church. You took the kids for a playdate so I could nap. I'll neverrrr forget that. Mya Eady thank you for being a second mommy to Eli and Eme. Arielle Walker for the summer sandals and Kim Kyeonghui North for the salon gift card before moving. Very grateful for my village!!!
Something kind that someone did for me was my granny bought me skis
So many people donated to Community Shares for my birthday!
Like so many businesses we have struggled. Because we are interactive and committed to the community. We we were able to collaborate with SYATT a few weeks ago on a Socially distant Sunday and were able to run our rollerskating boot camp with their students. Then provided each with their own personal skates and helmets!