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Kindness Challenge Week 2 – Round up of some great kindness stories from South Africa

It is week 2 of the Kindness Challenge and the theme of the week is observing the kindness or acts of kindness around us.

Here are a few acts of kindness I’ve seen this week, I hope you will enjoy them too!

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The first story was posted on the Animal Welfare Society Philippi’s Facebook page. Justin walked really far to make sure that his furry friend Wollie got the medical attention that he needed. I loved his display of kindness and I know that little Wollie will get all the attention he needs at the Animal Welfare Society’s Phillipi branch. I hope Justin and Wollie enjoy many happy years together.

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This is one of my favourite good news stories of the week. This man took time out of his day to make a signboard and stand at a busy intersection to find the owner of a lost wallet he found. Read more about this great story here.

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This final good news story is one starring Nkosinani, an eight year old who walked 5 Kms (3.1 Miles) with 11 Litres (2.9 Gallons) of water to donate to his school’s water shortage programme. Read more on this lovely story here.

 

For more wonderful and inspirational South African deeds, please check out South Afri-CAN’s Facebook Page

What’s your favourite good news or kindness story of the week? Let me know by commenting below.

 

Love and Blessings,

Lindsay Sign Off

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19 thoughts on “Kindness Challenge Week 2 – Round up of some great kindness stories from South Africa

  1. I love it Lindsay!!! What a great way to showcase kindness in the community around you! What great stories they are indeed! More stories like that need to be making the mainstream news! Flood people’s homes with all of the good things going on and when focusing on problems, they should be presented with the way for people to come together to help with it. Thank you so much for sharing! 🙂

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    1. I agree! I had to look very hard for these stories, but I am so glad I did. They weren’t covered by our mainstream newspapers, but I would love to know what would happen if mainstream news started showing more of these kinds of stories. 🙂

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