Good News Day 38: Tesco to Give All Unsold Food to Charity in its 800 UK Supermarkets

The third largest retailer in the world has taken a revolutionary step towards ending hunger in Europe.

Source: Tesco to Give All Unsold Food to Charity in its 800 UK Supermarkets


Good News Day 36: 10-year-old girl creates ‘chemo kits’ for kids with cancer to honor late aunt

Madeline Domian remembers how sick her Aunt Kathi looked when she would visit her in the hospital.

“I didn’t think anyone would ever want to be that sick, especially kids, because all they want to do is play and have fun,” Madeline, 10, told

After her aunt — Kathi Reinhold, aka “Katiedo” — passed away on Sept. 1 from gastric cancer at 65 years old, Madeline came up with the idea to create chemotherapy kits for kids fighting cancer.

Madeline Domian created chemo kits for kids with cancer

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Good News Day 32: Australian Tattoo Artist Offers to Cover Up Self-Harm Scars For Free

This young woman’s tattoos aren’t just incredibly beautiful – they’re also incredibly meaningful to people wanting to move beyond their past.

Source: Australian Tattoo Artist Offers to Cover Up Self-Harm Scars For Free

Good News Day 17: One Man Playing Music for the Homeless

Musician Chris Leamy seems to be one of those lucky artists who has found solid footing in the music industry.

Source: Why one man is playing music for the homeless

Good News Day 8: Today is Random Act of Kindness Day

883018_10151984067433014_287721524_oWhile every day presents opportunities to be kind, take a moment or two today to make someone else’s day with a little random act of kindness. Stuck for some ideas? Here are a few to get you started:

  • Smile at a stranger
  • Send an anonymous gift
  • Bring treats to work
  • Send a friend or family member a homemade card
  • Leave positive comments on a blog or post
  • Compliment a friend
  • Compliment a stranger
  • Brush the snow off someone’s car or clean their windshield
  • Leave a positive message with management about a waiter or cashier or other hardworking employee of a business you frequent
  • Help your neighbor shovel snow (or mow the lawn, depending on where you live!)
  • Leave sticky notes with positive messages on restroom mirrors
  • Pay for the coffee/toll/snack of the person behind you
  • Pick up an extra bag of dog or cat food and drop it off at a shelter
  • Offer to return someone’s shopping car for them while they’re loading their car
  • Say “Thank You” to someone making a difference

There are countless ways to make someone’s day a little brighter. What random act of kindness will you do?