When was the last time someone did something kind for you? When was the last time you did something kind for someone else?
Both felt pretty good, right?
Imagine how happy you will be when you celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Day® with us this year.
When is Random Acts of Kindness Day®?
Random Acts of Kindness Day® is Wednesday February 17, 2021. It’s right in the middle of Random Acts of Kindness Week, which is February 14-20, 2021.
How to Celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Day®
This holiday is exactly what it sounds like: a day to be nice to others and do some good in the world.
You can celebrate privately on your own, or share the good you see on social media. If you share, make sure you use one of the event hashtags:
Challenge yourself. How much good can you do in one day?
Get the 2021 Random Acts of Kindness Day® Participation Toolkit from the Foundation.
Be Kind Year-Round
Random Acts of Kindness Day® comes once a year, but you can be kind all year long. Here are a few resources from the Random Acts of Kindness Foundation to help you out.
Take the Kindness Challenge
Do an activity every day until you fill up all 60 kindness hearts in this Kindness Challenge Workbook.
Become a RAKtivist
Sign up to be a RAKtivist, someone who helps others remember to be kind through exemplary leadership.
Make Kindness the Norm at Work
It’s easy to overlook kindness at work. We’re all focused on our jobs. Add a kindness calendar at work to remind everyone of simple ways to be kind to one another.
Make Kindness the Norm in Schools
Teachers can also download materials for their classrooms. Teaching children random acts of kindness from a young age can influence them to be kinder as adults later on in life.
More Random Acts of Kindness Ideas
You can also always raise money for a good cause as a random act of kindness. Check out these fun fundraising ideas to get started.