The goal of this project is to just see what happens, and find out what good & inspiration can come from inserting our communities with random acts of kindness during the holidays.
12 Days of Kindness was born when member of a small women’s Bible study shared the project 38 Random Acts of Robyn. Inspiration followed… why not create a project around the holidays to redirect our focus outward, serve others, and pour holiday love into the community… hopefully touching those who may need it most, guided by God’s hand?
- Do 12 Random Acts of Kindness during the month of December/January in honor of the 12 Days of Christmas.
- See rule 1.
We’d love for you to write to us about your experiences, as a way of inspiring others along the way. Document your experience (with photos, if possible/appropriate) and send us your story! We’ll post your stories & photos to inspire and motivate.
What is a random act of kindness?
This is not a new concept— there’s actually an entire foundation devoted to the subject (http://
Ultimately, these small or large acts are things that make the world a better place to an unexpecting beneficiary. The acts should essentially be anonymous.
In case you haven’t put 2 and 2 together yet, the name 12 Days of Kindness is a pun derived from the 12 Days of Christmas song.