You're blog is so inspiring! I had a suggestion that could possibly help in your quest! 1) It could probably be done towards the end of the year, but it's such a fun cause! you can pack a shoe box for a child for Christmas and if you pay for the shipping online, they'll tell you where the box gets shipped!http://www.samaritanspurse.org/index.php/OCC/Pack_A_Shoe_Box/Wish you the best!
Saw you on the news tonight! Would love to arrange a photoshoot of you performing a random act. of kindness! Please be in touch so we can arrange! firstname.lastname@example.org~Marita
I have a suggestion. Organize or just go by yourself around an area and pick up trash/ dog poop to clean up a neighborhood. In my hometown we have a day that the whole town goes out and picks up around public areas (train stations, parks, street corners, outside elderly owned homes, schools, etc...). This one can be used numerous times throughout the year since there are so many places that need a little love.
Great work Ryan! Volunteer at an animal shelter - even for just an hour, spending 15 quality minutes with 3 or 4 different animals can really make a difference in their stress level to help them get adopted faster.
Great job! I did a similar project last year at my university (I'm 20) during the time period of Lent. Instead of giving up something for religious purposes (even though I am not extremely religious at all), I "paid it forward" for 40 days. I called it the "40 Nice Things" Project. If everyone did a nice thing for someone in the world, just imagine how life would be different. From the bottom of my heart, thank you for keeping random acts of kindness alive!
may i suggest you volenteer to work at special olympics events. These kids give back as much as you give.