Random acts of Kindness

Kindness: Loaning someone your strength instead of reminding them of their weakness

We first started doing random acts of kindness after we had to make the heartbreaking decision to turn off our sons life support machine, It had been a 6 year journey of fertility treatments and IVF to only be able to keep him for 8 days, it seemed so unfair.

I decided shortly after losing Leo that I wanted to put some kindness back into the world and so on Leo's birthday every year we started doing #rak4leo and it snowballed each year with more and more people joining in. I wanted to stretch the kindness and ask people to be kinder in a world that sometimes isn't so kind and if they were able to do random acts of kindness, to do them.

We started working with various charities and setting up wish lists to enable others to make a small purchase if and only if they were financially ok to do so. The messaged flooded in about how good it felt to do a good deed.

We moved on to create a mental health stationary brand which we have a kindness pot for giving back to those who need stationary, we donate items ourselves and allow others to add a donation onto their order but we also have various wish lists running to support charities and organisations that help others.

Below you'll find a list of people that need help, if you are financially able to pick a charity and purchase one thing from their Wishlist it would be so greatly appreciated. The order value doesn't matter and even if you cannot afford to purchase it would be fantastic if you should share the Wishlist to allow it to reach more people.

Kindness doesn't have to cost anything, it can simply be giving someone your smile or taking an extra minute to spread to someone who looks like they need the support.

Charities and wish lists

Warming Up The Homeless

Helping the Homeless in Hastings, Eastbourne and Bexhill Warming Up The Homeless helps people without a home, one meal, hot drink or change of clothes at a time. You can help by donating money, clothes, food or your time.

Warming up the homeless are in need of toiletries, deodorants, tinned food, UHT milk etc


The Hygiene Bank - Edenbridge, Oxted Branch

The hygiene bank collect new, unused, in-date personal care and household cleaning essentials - including deodorant, shower gel, shampoo, make-up, nappies, toilet roll, laundry detergent and surface cleaner. If you need them and use them, then it is likely someone else needs and uses them too.



The Pepper Foundation

The Pepper Foundation is a small charity raising money to help fund children's hospice at home nursing care in Bucks and Herts


If you'd like to be considered to be added to our list of charities to support once these wish lists are fulfilled please complete the below form. We will help as many charities as we can


If you're done looking after others and want to prioritise your own mental health, you can check out our shop where we sell mental health stationary and also fun stationary too.


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