This October, we honor David’s legacy on the 10th by celebrating his life on what would have been his 21st birthday. During National Bullying Prevention Month, join us as we honor David’s life and continue our work to help eliminate cyber and other forms of bullying by engaging in 21 acts of kindness.
- Write and send notes of support to your neighbors.
- On your daily walk with your kids, wave and smile to people passing by.
- Share memes of positive affirmation on social media.
- Check in with friends to see if they need support or just someone to listen to them.
- Schedule online chats to celebrate each other and to boost each others’ spirits.
- Share a favorite song with a friend to remind them you are thinking of them.
- Bake some treats with your kids to share with friends.
- Offer to mow the yard or help with chores for an elderly neighbor.
- Tell someone that makes you smile how much you appreciate them.
- Tell someone that doesn’t make you smile how much you appreciate them.
- Reach out to someone you haven’t spoken to in a long time to say hi.
- When you buy your coffee at the drive-thru, pay for the person behind you as a treat.
- Up your quotient of smiley face and heart emojis in your texts.
- Celebrate others who don’t typically receive a lot of attention.
- Send a gift card to someone struggling financially.
- Find ways to share more time with others who don’t normally get to spend time with you.
- Offer words of affirmation in every conversation.
- Instead of just liking someone’s picture on social media, reply in the comments why.
- Inquire about donations to shelters and offer to help with what you can.
- Send personalized thank you notes to your children’s teachers that you can make with
- Write a simple sticky note telling your kids how much you love them and randomly stick it
on their tablet for them to find.