Random Acts of Kindness in Cascade

Use the hashtag #PatchRandomActs on Facebook or Twitter to spread the word about a selfless act you witnessed or experienced in your town.

Have you noticed your friends or neighbors making a difference in the Cascade area? We want to know about it!

Whether it's taking a stray dog to a shelter, taking out trash for a sick neighbor or helping out in a community garden, every random act of kindness is appreciated by the community.

Zee Taylor of southwest Atlanta told Cascade Patch that she is constantly doing random acts of kindness.  "It is everywhere.  When I open a door for a older person or even when I leave change for a person at the gas station."  When asked what act she would perform this weekend, she said she, "honestly I don't know.  I guess that's why it is random."

We want to see how many random acts we can inspire across the United States in the 905 communities Patch covers. If you know of someone who has done a good deed in Cascade, tell their story in the comments section below. Also, be sure to spread the word on Facebook and Twitter by using the hashtag #PatchRandomActs.

To keep the momentum going and it pay it forward yourself, here are some ways you can help others in the community:

  • GOAL (Girls of Optimum Achievement in Leadership) Program at The Salvation Army needs female volunteer mentors to help guide and mold young women in the southwest Atlanta area.he topics and themes incorporated into the GOAL curriculum are necessary for the development of young ladies who will in turn be equipped to lead in their schools, homes, and community. Get all the details here.
  • Become a nationally certified tutor for free! Math-Amazing Neighborhoods is partnering with the National Tutors Association to offer free tutor training and certification to provide at-risk students with supplemental education, particularly in the area of mathematics. The certification, which is valued at $300, includes the following: 60 hours of training, training materials and more. Get the full details here.


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