RAK 2019

Random Act of Kindness Day will be 1 November 2019 A day to something kind for someone else with nothing in return.  What to do on RAK Day:
  • Open a door;
  • Visit a sick friend
  • Offer a Hug
  • Pick up Litter
  • Give a Flower
  • Open a door
  • Make a new Friend
  • Lend a Hand
  • Leave a Thank You Note
  • Let another go first
  • Thank a teacher or mentor
  • Donate gently used items
    • Here are some resources if you want to print your own RAK Poster or Bookmarks:
Thank you to CJCW, and Sobeys- Sussex  for their support of our community and Random Act of Kindness Day 2012-2018.

Richard Sullivan read to the children at St. Paul’s Playschool on October 24, 2013.  Thanks to Coleen Corbett for hosting and the 16 students enjoyed a book about kindness.  What will you do for RAK?

Random Act of Kindness Day – 9 November 2012 RAK is: ♦ A day to celebrate the good in people and help each other: ♦ A day to slow down and share some kindness to another with nothing in return. Some events in the Sussex area to celebrate Random Act of Kindness Day are: ♦ On November 2 at 12:15 in front of Sussex Town Hall, the official RAK Town Crier will declare November 9th as Random Act of Kindness Day in Sussex with Mayors Marc Thorne of Sussex, Steven Gillies of Sussex Corner and Julie Booth of Norton. ♦ Did you have someone perform a Random Act of Kindness for you?  Tell us about it by emailing us at sacfi@nb.aibn.com .


Some activities the Sussex Area Community Foundation Directors will be participating in on November 9, 2012:
  • Reading to students at Lisa’s Playhouse
  • Help with manicures for residents at Kiwanis Nursing Home
  • Provide grants to 8 area schools for Random Act of Kindess Celebrations
  • Reading to employees at Crosswinds Occupational Activity Centre (photo to right)
  • Help residents make Banana Splits at Kiwanis Nursing Home