Random Acts of Kindness

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  • Dr. Engel’s all right

    I work two part-time jobs just to make ends meet, and I need a lot of dental work. I’ve been slowly getting the work done and slowly paying it off.

  • Unnamed hero saves the day

    I wear prescription glasses, and I bike to work.

  • Many angels rush to the rescue

    I was riding my handicap scooter on the pathway between St. Vital and Windsor Park, a path along the Seine River which always floods at one low spot.

  • A message from Mom

    This Mother’s Day was going to be a difficult one for our family. It was the first Mother’s Day without Mom as we lost our dear mother last August.

  • Thank you, John and Millie

    I’ve being going through a very challenging time, leaving an abusive marriage, surviving a protracted and difficult divorce, facing ongoing financial difficulties and coping with a degenerative life-threatening condition. The stress has at times been overwhelming.

  • What a kind lady

    I would like to thank the woman who gave me a $5 bill while I was having coffee at Garden City Shopping Centre.

  • Will always remember the kindness

    I had a doctor’s appointment downtown at the Winnipeg Clinic on Vaughan Street and St. Mary Avenue.

  • A little ray of sunshine

    It was a very dreary, wet, last day of May. I had just gone into the Safeway at Cavalier Drive and Portage Avenue after having had a very stressful experience in the parking lot.

  • Kind lady makes enormous difference

    I took my two younger children to Subway for lunch as we were short on time following my morning appointments, and I didn’t have enough lunch materials at home to make a meal.

  • Blanche shared her Mother’s Day

    Last year I lost my son to cancer.

  • Bus driver makes the day

    I was having a rough start to my morning, and as a result was a little late leaving to catch my morning bus.

  • Angel bearing flowers

    I was shopping at Safeway at Meadowood Drive and Dakota Street on Mother’s Day. I don’t get out a lot as I have a disability, but I was picking up a few things.

  • 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.

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