We asked our fearless Co-founder, Misha Collins to test drive some of our new Random Acts gear. His verdict: “The Random Acts t-shirt works well in one-size-fits-all situations."
If you’d like to show your Random Acts’ spirit, you can check out our stores on CafePress and Spreadshirt. And don’t forget to tag #theRandomAct.org on your pictures. We’d love to see how you’re rocking our gear.
What day is today? It’s someone’s birthday! We hope you’ll celebrate by performing a random act of kindness or two (or three or ten or, dare we hope, thirty-nine) and that you’ll join us in wishing our fearless Co-Founder a very abnosome birthday!
And the fun doesn’t have to stop tomorrow. Every day is the perfect day for a random act of kindness.
P.S. You might want to check out our website for inspiration on how you can help make the world a little brighter one random act of kindness at a time.
For this year’s AMOK, I’ve decided to make 20 care packages for the homeless. I took advantage of the snow day today and bought a few things, but I wanted to know if you guys could think of anything I’ve forgotten!
Here’s what I have so far:
First Aid travel kit
Food: saltine crackers, oatmeal cookies, cookies, tuna salad kit, soft granola bars, apple sauce, peanut butter, canned sausages and apple juice
Today, October 18th, I’m creating drawings to support Random Acts during their E4k fundraiser. If you know someone who could use some cheer (including yourself!), let me know I’d be happy to create something personalized.
Please consider donating to this fundraiser. You can sponsor me by hour or donate a flat sum. All of the donations go to Random Acts and help them sponsor more random acts of kindness around the world.