President's Day and Random Acts of Kindness Day/Week are the same day!
It is a great time to not only showcase your random acts of kindness, but allow others to share their random acts with you. Offer a small prize or social media shout-out for client's sharing their random acts.
Here is a great article by Melanie at www.herahub.com giving you ideas:
20 Random Acts of Kindness
written by Melanie
If you want to participate in Random Acts of Kindness Day but are having trouble coming up with ideas, here are 20 things that will bring a smile to someone’s face:
Compliment a stranger.
Pay for the coffee for the person behind you in the Starbucks drive thru line.
Donate canned goods to your local food bank.
Go in for a hair cut and donate to Locks of Love.
Spare a dollar or two for someone who is in need.
Donate to Salvation Army or Goodwill.
Write a note telling someone how much you appreciate them.
Surprise your coworker with their favorite coffee or treat.
Write a letter to a senior citizen through Love for the Elderly.
Let someone go ahead of you in line at the grocery store.
Pay for a friend or coworkers’ lunch.
Call your parents and let them know you appreciate them.
Leave a kind note on a stranger’s car.
Buy flowers for the cashier at the grocery store.
Say ‘thank you’ to someone who makes a difference in the community (firefighter, police officer, doctor, philanthropist, etc.).
Write a letter to a deployed member of the military through Operation Gratitude.
Reconnect with an old friend.
Donate blood at American Red Cross or San Diego Blood Bank.
Email or write to an old teacher or mentor who inspired you.
Write a kind thank you note on the check for your server after dinner.