Amanda

By Amanda

LifeBuzz Staff

15 Little Acts Of Kindness That Made A HUGE Difference In Someone’s Day.

Committing a random act of kindness might seem like a small, inconsequential thing for the person doing it, but for the person on the receiving end it can turn the whole day around. That's what makes random acts of kindness so special: They can be done easily and by anyone, and the impact they can have is profound.

Below are some amazing stories of kindness that are sure to warm your heart and inspire you. They serve as a reminder of the good things in the world, and also shed light on how simple it is to make someone's day. #9 will make you smile from ear to ear.

#1. This woman's car was stolen, and it was full of supplies for her baby. When they heard the news, a group of strangers stepped in and purchased her all new stuff.

This woman's car was stolen, and it was full of supplies for her baby. When they heard the news, a group of strangers stepped in and purchased her all new stuff.

Clark County Sheriff's Office

#2. These fourth graders decided to rake leaves for an elderly resident near their school.

These fourth graders decided to rake leaves for an elderly resident near their school.

Jim Smith/Courtesy Homer Community Schools

#3. Three years ago, Gabriel was diagnosed with leukemia. He's in remission today, but he has been inspired to perform random acts of kindness to help others. When he met his hero, Tom Brady, he gave the football star $10 and a card, just because.

#4. Greg Mahle makes it his mission to find and place stray dogs in his area. He has saved over 30,000 stray dogs lives.

Greg Mahle makes it his mission to find and place stray dogs in his area. He has saved over 30,000 stray dogs lives.

Jason Whitely

#5. This Irish bus driver saw a homeless man crossing the road, so he stopped his bus to help him. He ended up giving him a winter coat, food, and cash.

This Irish bus driver saw a homeless man crossing the road, so he stopped his bus to help him. He ended up giving him a winter coat, food, and cash.

Paul Doyle

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