Kindness Hall of Fame
Visit the Kindness Hall of Fame. Nominate someone you feel has either consistently delivered acts of kindness over the years or has performed one extraordinary act of kindness. We call it “passing a Sequin of Kindness.”
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The Sequin of Kindness™ blog is dedicated to those of us who have the powerful responsibility to positively impact the young.
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This past week I was at the pharmacy waiting in line. The older man in front of me was waiting to be cashed out. The pharmacist told him that they did not has his insurance on file and they could … Continue reading
I had just left the Walmart parking lot, and had notice a middle-aged man with only one leg holding a sign asking for assistance. I then, in the midst of driving, decided to stop and offer him some cash. I … Continue reading
I recently donated a crib, pack and play, and some other baby items to a local charity called Care Net Pregnancy Center in Nashua, NH. They provide education, medical care, and materials free of charge to women, as well as … Continue reading
As an act of kindness I have volunteered at Share Outreach in Milford NH. Two Tuesdays a month they have a community dinner and this week we had free range chicken soup. The chickens were donated! I washed dishes after the … Continue reading
My 8-year old son participates in music and karate at two different studios. One night we were hurrying from one studio to the another. It was a snowy and cold winter evening. We noticed a senior citizen carrying a heavy bag in one … Continue reading
A friend and colleague is going through a very difficult time in her life. She is struggling financially and has serious issues with one of her children. She is such a hard worker and such a great person. She confided … Continue reading
When I found out that one of my “other moms” had advanced cancer, I visited with her regularly at her home where her partner and a former partner were lovingly tending to her. I decided that I needed to stay to … Continue reading
A woman was told after a long battle with cancer that she was soon going to die. Her discomfort had been progressing and her body was significantly slowing down. She was very involved with integrative treatments including meditation and Therapeutic … Continue reading
When I hear the name Gene Baur, I immediate think of, kindness to animals. Gene has been inducted into the Kindness Hall of Fame for his years of dedication and kindness towards our farm animal friends. Thank you Gene! Excerpt below provided … Continue reading