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Small kindness, big community

“I love finding these painted rocks, there’s a Facebook group for them in Llantwit because they’re such a big thing. Everyone’s excited to find them.” How beautiful to have a whole community excited and connected by something as small as painted rocks. No kindness is too small and this story from Caz proves the power […]

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Time for Kindness needs you!

My mission is to amplify kindness and I need you to help me! All the stories of kindness posted to this account are from people, like you, who allowed me to share it to show that there is so much kindness in the world if we choose to see it. I love to hear kindness

"Kindness is doing what you can, where you are, with what you have."

Random Acts of Kindness Day 2022

A reminder that kindness doesn’t need to cost anything this Random Acts of Kindness Day. The kindness of smiling at a stranger in the street is powerful. Just as giving a loved one a bear hug can make them feel less alone. Or replying to a post on social media just to tell someone how

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Day 17 – tell your story

Celebrate kindness – What act of kindness, big or small, did you do this week? Many of us do small acts of kindness daily without even thinking – picking up the purse that the person in frontdropped and handing it back to them, holding the door open for someone, smiling warmly at the stranger withthe

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Day 3 – singing Dolly songs

Day 3: Amplify kindness: A joyful story of connection to make us all smile on a Friday afternoon. My friend, Debs, went for her covid booster this morning. She was given the Moderna vaccine. She got chatting to an Italian gentleman in the queue and they were reading through the possible side effects. He laughed

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Positive message

I recently heard about this wonderful story of kindness. During the covid lockdowns, mum and beauty business owner, Cassandra Baker, and her 2 children sent cards with positive messages to anyone they felt was in need of a kind word. They made the cards themselves and added in positive words and affirmations to make people

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Shopping basket

Checking out how much the person behind you has in their shopping basket* definitely counts as an act of kindness! Emma Cossey messaged me to say: “I’m not sure if it counts, but I’m always warmed by the kindness people show in the queues at Aldi. I’ve noticed people always tend to look behind them,

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Amazing people, amazing things

There are lots of people doing amazing things in their communities, without fuss or drama, just getting on with it. From school governors to community action groups, from checking in on elderly neighbours to volunteer drivers taking vulnerable individuals to hospital appointments, from Covid vaccinators to sorting through donations at charity shops, from doing a

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Call out for kindness stories

I want to fill social media with stories of kindness. I believe that people are being kind to each other every day, we just don’t always hear about it. That’s why I started this Time for Kindness account and #ProjectAmplifyKindness. I’m always on the look-out for new stories to tell. So I’d love to know who

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COVID vaccine #1

Today was the day! I’m in the age bracket currently being called forward for a COVID vaccination, so off I toddled to get my first dose. The kindness of the people at the vaccination centre made me a tad emotional. They must have to say the same things and answer the same questions literally hundreds