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We mobilize volunteer street teams locally and throughout America to do inner city missions of Random Acts of Kindness

Hello!  My name is Sharon,  I'm the soap maker here at HandmadeSoaps4Hope, also known as Never Give Up Never Quit.  I have been giving Random Acts of Kindness since I met my personal Savior, Jesus Christ, nearly 30 years ago.  In 2014, I 'randomly' gave a woman at a local library a red fresh flower and matching red 'butterfly' sticker to place on the back of her cell phone.  She did not seem to be very excited about it, so I thought.......
When I returned to the library the following day, I saw the same woman and felt 'moved' again give her a small random act of kindness (RAK). The woman would then reveal to me, she was on her way home to commit suicide the previous day I gave her the fresh flower!!!!  Instead, she decided not to take her life,  she went home and told her husband she was planning to kill herself and that she believed God was trying to tell her something.  Until I met her, no one had ever given her a random act of kindness.  Personally, I was homeless at the time, living in a hotel with my children.  Nonetheless, God put a determination in my heart to still give RAK no matter what I was personally going thru.  MY LIFE WAS FOREVER CHANGED!!!!  I prayed and ask God if He would help me restore my life, I would do Random Acts of Kindness for the rest of my life.
In 2017 I began studying the science of soap making to give the soaps as random acts of kindness.   I soon found out that people loved handmade soap and it could become a source of income to support my mission of giving gifts freely.  In 2018 my mission became officially a non-profit organization.  With the support of a Board of Trustees, the general public and the grace of God, HandmadeSoaps4Hope has since served thousands freely with RAK.  It has been a joy and dream come true to help my fellowman keep hope alive regardless of their race, religion, gender or age.  God is good!!!! 

In 2019, God blessed the charity to purchase the Outreach vehicle below.  It is loaded up for every community outreach mission that helps our team to visit shelters and low income areas where we give freely our natural soaps, food restaurant gift cards, motivational t-shirts, hoodies, fresh flowers and much more! 

When you purchase our fundraising soaps, YOU ARE helping us spread hope!!!  
Thank you in advance for your purchase or donation to our outreach mission!   We can't do it without you!

Sharon Johnson, Humanitarian

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51 Ideas for Random

Acts of Kindness



Random Acts of Kindness for People You Know

  1. Send someone a handwritten letter or postcard.

  2. Bring someone a souvenir.

  3. Cook someone a meal.

  4. Bake someone treats.

  5. Put your phone away (especially if you’re on it a lot).

  6. Do someone’s laundry.

  7. Make someone a playlist.

  8. Give someone a book you think they’d like

  9. Give someone a hug

  10. Write a list of things you love about someone.

  11. Wash someone’s car.

  12. Babysit, dogsit, or catsit for free.

  13. Go out of the way to offer someone a ride.

  14. Mow someone’s lawn after mowing your own.

  15. Send someone a care package.

  16. Take someone to the movie.

  17. Take someone on a spontaneous adventure.

  18. Throw someone a surprise party.

  19. Bring doughnuts or desserts to work.

  20. Leave a positive sticky note on someone’s desk.

  21. Take someone out to lunch.

  22. Lend out your umbrella when it’s pouring outside.

  23. Make two lunches for work and give one away.

  24. Leave them an encouraging voice mail.

  25. Teach someone a recipe.

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Random Acts of Kindness For Strangers

  1. Leave quarters at the laundromat.

  2. Pay the toll for the person behind you.

  3. Give someone a compliment.

  4. Leave a larger than normal tip.

  5. Buy someone behind you in line their morning coffee.

  6. Pay for someone’s groceries behind you.

  7. Give up a good parking spot.

  8. Send a box of our fave donuts, bagels, or muffins to a construction site.

  9. Smile at someone… just because (even Mother Teresa said, “We shall never know all the good that a simple smile can do.”).

  10. Hold the elevator or door open.

  11. Put change in someone’s expired parking meter (keep in mind that re-metering is illegal in some cities, especially when you are allowing them to stay beyond the time limit).

  12. Let someone behind you at the supermarket check out first.

  13. Send dessert to another table.

  14. Give up your seat on the bus or subway.

  15. Give up your window or aisle seat for someone who has a middle seat.

  16. Bring your flight attendant some chocolates.

  17. Help someone struggling with heavy bags.

  18. Give someone a flower or bouquet / Bring flowers to a nursing home.

  19. Help someone take a photo.

  20. Take time to give someone who looks lost directions.

  21. Stop and help someone with a flat tire.

  22. Carry a $5 gift card with you and give it someone randomly.

  23. Help someone load their luggage into the overhead bin.

  24. Give someone else the cab that you hailed.

  25. Let someone else get seated before you at a busy restaurant.

  26. Share your table with someone at a busy food court.