Amanda

By Amanda

LifeBuzz Staff

20 Photos Prove There’s Still Some Good People Left In The World.

It's a tough world out there, which is why random acts of kindness can make all the difference. After all, with everything there is to deal with, finding the time to be selfless is truly admirable, and far too rare.

Below are 20 people who extended themselves about and beyond the status quo to make someone's day -- or sometimes, life -- and they did so for no reason except for kindness. Check out their inspiring stories below. #13 is truly touching.

#1. The student that held a special needs stranger's hand for an entire bus ride.

#2. The Michigan visitor that left a $3,000 tip for a Salt Lake City server, for no reason at all.

#3. The volunteer group from Facebook who set a special mission to rescue a dog.

#4. The cops who bought a man two car seats for his kids instead of issuing him a ticket.

The cops who bought a man two car seats for his kids instead of issuing him a ticket.

Cedar Park Police Department

#5. The strangers who organized a Facebook campaign to get this homeless kid a job, a place to live, and a makeover.

The strangers who organized a Facebook campaign to get this homeless kid a job, a place to live, and a makeover.

Steve Adams

#6. The officer who helped this five-year-old look for his stolen bike, then got him another from a local bike shop.

The officer who helped this five-year-old look for his stolen bike, then got him another from a local bike shop.

Roger Riley/WHO-HD

#7. Cafe owner's kindness repaid by a former homeless man, who repaid her after a year because she fed him when he had no money.

Cafe owner's kindness repaid by a former homeless man, who repaid her after a year because she fed him when he had no money.

Serena Bilanceri/Leicester Mercury

#8. The Illinois farmers who harvested the acres of a fellow farmer with terminal cancer.

#9. Wilma Melville, who retired and then founded a dog search-and-rescue organization for victims of earthquakes, both in California and abroad.

Wilma Melville, who retired and then founded a dog search-and-rescue organization for victims of earthquakes, both in California and abroad.

Alamy

#10. The man who gave two officers Chipotle gift cards as a token of his gratitude for the work they do every day.

#11. The Home Depot employee who installed a free faucet in the home of a veteran and his wife.

The Home Depot employee who installed a free faucet in the home of a veteran and his wife.

Omar Jimenez

#12. The church that tipped a pizza delivery person $1,000, simply as an act of kindness.

#13. The woman who held Rebekka Garvison's daughter for the entire flight, simply so she wouldn't cry.

The woman who held Rebekka Garvison's daughter for the entire flight, simply so she wouldn't cry.

Rebekka Garvison

#14. The state trooper who took time out of his day to buy lunch for a homeless man.

The state trooper who took time out of his day to buy lunch for a homeless man.

Jenny Gilmore Reed

#15. NFL's DeAngelo Williams, who paid for 53 mammograms to honor his mom who died of breast cancer at that age.

NFL's DeAngelo Williams, who paid for 53 mammograms to honor his mom who died of breast cancer at that age.

Streeter Lecka/Getty Images

#16. The hardware store in Singapore that gave away free masks for the children and elderly, to help fight again Singapore's notoriously hazy and polluted air season.

The hardware store in Singapore that gave away free masks for the children and elderly, to help fight again Singapore's notoriously hazy and polluted air season.

Thomas Chia

#17. The motorcyclist who stopped traffic to help a kitten in the middle of the road.

#18. The Tampa Bay deputies who went out of their way to buy groceries for a family in need.

The Tampa Bay deputies who went out of their way to buy groceries for a family in need.

Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office

#19. The Dublin bus driver who stopped to help an elderly man cross the road.

The Dublin bus driver who stopped to help an elderly man cross the road.

Victor-Ioan Onea

#20. The Michigan police officers that saw a man in a wheelchair mowing his lawn, and did it for him instead.

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