Recognizing 'green' acts of kindness,

Mike B. 110°

Imagine seeing someone, maybe your friend or a complete stranger, performing a kind act that was 'green' orientated. They did it selflessly and without want of recompense. Imagine being able to give that person some sort of recognition for their selflessness. Imagine no more!

Random Acts of Kindness cards are given to people who are seen performing, well....random acts of kindness. The hope here is that whoever receives one of these cards will pass it on to somebody else they see performing an act of kindness and so on and so on, thus creating a mini ripple of kindness. The great thing about some of these cards is that their progress around the world can be tracked, so that everybody who is in the chain of a card can see where it's travelled to.

For examples of these type of cards, here's a few listed below, which tackle the issue from slightly different angles, the first link having a kindness card that is specifically 'green' orientated:

http://www.helpfromhome.org/dogoodcards.htm
http://www.icanpassiton.com/
http://www.payitforwardday.com/about_how.html
http://umademyday.com/
http://www.kindnessproject.com/home.php
http://kinded.com/

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