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Kindness is contagious – 3/6/24

The second Friday in March is Spread Goodness Day. It’s a holiday created to show love and kindness to those around us and be aware of what is already good and kind in our community!

Facts about Spread Goodness Day

Celebrated annually on the second Friday in March\

Started in Marquette, Michigan by a lady named Anna Dravland who wanted to “make the future so bright, we would all need shades”

This is the 7th annual Spread Goodness Day

Tony Evers has signed the proclamation for the first time this year in 2024 to make it an official STATE holiday. Evansville and Stoughton Mayors signed last year and again this year. 

Acts of goodness include delivering (Fosdal’s) donuts to all the teachers in Evansville Friday morning, live music in Stoughton and Evansville, police officers and 5th graders bringing yellow flowers to residents at the nursing homes, baked goods being shared, businesses offering discounts, dogs wearing yellow bandanas

Evansville students and Stoughton students are all encouraged to wear yellow on Friday for Spread Goodness Day.

Feel free to wear yellow and spread goodness and kindness in your own special way on that day and every day.

30 Kindness ideas for you

-make eye contact

-smile

-hold the door open for someone

-leave a post it note for your mailman

-call a friend just because

-leave extra quarters on the cement ledge at Aldi’s or at the laundromat

-write a letter to your parent or sibling and mail it

-fill out the survey at the end of the receipt

-leave a positive review online

-cook or bake for a single mom or family with young children

-bring flowers to a widow

-bring donuts for teachers

-share a kindness story on your social media

-grab an extra rotisserie chicken to give away

-paint rocks and put them in a park

-clean out your spouse’s car

-hide an encouraging note for your kids to find

-go for a walk in nature

-set up a time to get together with someone you haven’t seen in a while

-send an encouraging text

-consider fostering a pet or adopting

-pick up sticks or pull weeds for your neighbor

-spend time with a “difficult” person and listen

-be the first to say “I’m sorry”

-ask someone to tell you their story

-compliment a person that bugs you

-when you hear a song that reminds you of someone, share that with them

-slow your roll and do something kind to yourself like read a book or take a bath

-send a care package to a soldier deployed

-help a friend redecorate a room or plan for a party

-have coffee with someone new