Paint the Town Orange
Random Acts Matter is hosting our SECOND ANNUAL Random Acts of Kindness Week:
February 11-17, 2019
Random Acts Matter (RAM) is a nonprofit organization committed to mobilizing our community to provide care and compassion through random acts of kindness and service.
The color Orange has been chosen to represent RAM. It combines the energy of red and the happiness of yellow; It is associated with joy and sunshine, which we hope each of our random acts of kindness will provide to the recipient(s).
RAM will be coordinating an outreach effort to engage our St. Charles community in performing random acts of kindness during Random Acts of Kindness Week, February 11-17, 2019.
This is what we’re doing to Paint the Town Orange with Random Acts Of Kindness!
Click here to see the calendar of events for the week!!
Join us or let us know what Acts you are doing to spread care and compassion during this very special week!
Goal: To share care and compassion, throughout our community, through random acts of kindness.
Who: Everyone is encouraged to participate. Individuals, students, businesses, coworkers, neighbors, church groups — we need everyone to help us cover St. Charles in kindness!
-Actively look for opportunities to share kindness.
-Acts can be informal and simple (share a smile, open a door for someone).
-Acts can be formal (in 2018, students made cards for seniors, and the St. Charles Park District left dog toys at the dog park).
-Acts can benefit one person, a larger group (your office or neighbors), or the whole community.
-No Act is too small, and any random act of kindness is encouraged!
Additional Information: Please consider creating a team to perform Acts during the week, please share what your team is doing via our Facebook page or Twitter page.
Small Acts, when multiplied by millions of people, can transform the world!
Please join us in February to paint St. Charles orange with Acts of kindness!
"Wherever there is a human being, there is an opportunity for a kindness."
-Marcus Annaeus Seneca