Random Acts of Kindness

RAK Card

 Wouldn’t the world be a better place if people were more nice to each other?

 Couldn’t we all do a little more kindness in our lives? We think so too!

 So we’re trying to start a revolution of kindness!

 The idea is that you do something nice for someone, a Random Act of Kindness (RAK) and give them a RAK card.

 This card explains what has happened, and it encourages them to ring a special number where they can leave a message about their personal RAK experience.

 Here’s an example:

 For go thru the fast food drive-thru, pay for your order, AND the order of the car behind you!

 You give the attendant the RAK card, and ask them to give it to the driver of the car behind you when they try to pay for their order! Simple, huh!

 Or here’s another one.

 You notice a new family moving in down the street so you leave a pot-plant on their front porch with a RAK card.

 Or how about when you buy yourself a coffee at the local coffee shop, but you pay for two coffees, and ask the barista that when the next person comes in and orders a coffee, to give it to them for free along with a RAK card.

 These are just a few ideas. We’re sure you can come up with more!

 So whether you carry out a RAK on someone else, or you are the receiver, you can call the RAK phone line and share your experience.

 We can then play that on air and encourage other people to carry out a random act of kindness!

 You can pop into the office and grab a few, or you can call or email us and we’ll post some out to you.

 Go on, help spread some happiness around the Central Coast!

 Commit a RAK today and make someone’s day!





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