Random Acts of Kindness

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  • Comics and kindness

    For the last two years I have worked respite with a couple children with special needs. One of these children is a 13-year-old autistic boy who loves Pokémon trading cards, so a trip to the local comic book store is a weekly outing for us.

  • In shock, and grateful

    I tripped and fell in the lot of the Shell Service Station on McPhillips Street and Leila Avenue.

  • Many, many thank yous

    I lost my change purse with all my credit cards and Interact, plus some money when I was attending a Saturday movie at the Globe at Portage Place.

  • Kayla and Danny found time to help

    I was on Ellice Avenue on my way home to Gimli when my car died.

  • Bless those angels

    I want to express my gratitude to the fabulous nurses in the Step-Down Unit at the Health Sciences Centre. My mom, Theresa Cooke, has been in the unit twice in the past six months.

  • Kindness, generosity went a long way

    We were in a rush to get some errands done after work so we can make it to my niece’s 7th birthday dinner on time.

  • Really made a difference

    I fell just outside the north entrance to Polo Park Shopping Centre. I have broken several bones previously, but I instantly knew this time it was different.

  • Thanks for the little bit of a helping hand

    As my girlfriend, Louise, and I were driving home from church, my car stalled yet again at the stop light intersection just before Grant Avenue and Kenaston Boulevard.

  • Great neighbour is the best

    My neighbor is a great help to me. Her name is Adeline Wlasichuk.

  • Sincerest, heartfelt gratitude

    My husband was walking home from working at the Transcona Shops. The warm weather had finally arrived, and he walked with his coat draped over his arm.

  • Security guard saves day despite tears

    I needed to go to Downtown Winnipeg Square to pick up a phone from Rogers. I have always been a nervous driver and have always had a poor sense of direction.

  • Brian the guardian angel

    My husband and I were driving home with two of our grandchildren and their little dog in the car when one of the back tires blew just before the intersection of Grassie and Lagimodière boulevards.

  • Friends are Earth-bound angels

    Early one Saturday morning, our daughter was in a restaurant with her boyfriend when a group of bullies went to their table and harassed them.

  • Kayla and Danny found time to help

    I was on Ellice Avenue on my way home to Gimli when my car died.

  • Thanks to Jerry

    Recently my car was laid up, and I had walked to the grocery store on a rather cool day.

  • Thanks for beautiful package

    Last week, I discovered in my mailbox a beautifully hand-painted envelope and inside a small package of squash seeds and a text giving me instructions for planting the seeds and cooking the squash once it’s ready to eat.

  • Karma bank is overflowing

    On the way to the Northgate Cinema City, I stopped at McDonalds near Polo Park for an iced coffee.

  • Bless those angels

    I want to express my gratitude to the fabulous nurses in the Step-Down Unit at the Health Sciences Centre. My mom, Theresa Cooke, has been in the unit twice in the past six months.

  • Kindness, generosity went a long way

    We were in a rush to get some errands done after work so we can make it to my niece’s 7th birthday dinner on time.

  • Angel offers gentle care

    During the first week of Target’s opening on Fermor Avenue, my daughter-in-law and I were shopping with my two grandchildren.

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