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Randwick Acts of Kindness

Have you ever experienced a random act of kindness from a stranger? Or seen someone act anonymously to benefit a fellow resident of Randwick? An act of kindness can be an incredible force for good, improving the day of everyone it touches. So we want to hear your heart-warming tale and share the love with others.

If you want to tell your story of goodwill, thank a stranger or pay it forward, here’s your chance. It doesn’t need to be something big. Even the smallest gesture can make a massive difference to somebody’s day.

Share your Randwick Act of Kindness on our story board below. You will be asked to enter your email address and a screen name. Your email address will not be shown on the website, only the screen name you choose.

If a story doesn't leap to mind but you want to give or be of service to someone today, why not try one of these ideas?

+ Buy a coffee for the person behind you at the cafe

+ Buy socks for a homeless person

+ Donate stuff you no longer useto charity

+ Buy someone a beautiful bunch of flowers

+ Say thank you and leave amazing feedback or reviews

+ Tell 5 people that you are grateful for them



Have you ever experienced a random act of kindness from a stranger? Or seen someone act anonymously to benefit a fellow resident of Randwick? An act of kindness can be an incredible force for good, improving the day of everyone it touches. So we want to hear your heart-warming tale and share the love with others.

If you want to tell your story of goodwill, thank a stranger or pay it forward, here’s your chance. It doesn’t need to be something big. Even the smallest gesture can make a massive difference to somebody’s day.

Share your Randwick Act of Kindness on our story board below. You will be asked to enter your email address and a screen name. Your email address will not be shown on the website, only the screen name you choose.

If a story doesn't leap to mind but you want to give or be of service to someone today, why not try one of these ideas?

+ Buy a coffee for the person behind you at the cafe

+ Buy socks for a homeless person

+ Donate stuff you no longer useto charity

+ Buy someone a beautiful bunch of flowers

+ Say thank you and leave amazing feedback or reviews

+ Tell 5 people that you are grateful for them



Thank you for sharing your Randwick Acts of Kindness story.

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  • Peter of the good Karma

    by Matt Purcell, 10 days ago

    Here on a family holiday from Littleton, Co. Tipperary, Ireland  I attended a gardening course at Randwick Community Centre on Monday last. On leaving the centre around midday I had intended walking back to Judge Street where  I am residing with my daughter Joana and son-in-law Conor. A large gardeners truck was parked at Bundock Street and I made enquiries with the owner who was finishing his lunch as to the shortest route to Judge Street. Having heard my accent and commented that he would willingly do a favour for an Irishman he offered to drive me home.On the way... Continue reading

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  • Jilly

    by jillknudsen, 13 days ago

    I purchased overseas currency at Eastgardens (AU$120) and thought I had put the new currency and receipt in my pocket (I hadn’t!). A lady and gentleman found it and returned it to the money exchange booth in Eastgardens. They didn’t leave their details so I hope they read this and realise how grateful I am for their honesty and kindness. 

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  • Lending a hand in time of need

    by Girl Guide, 13 days ago

    While sitting with my daughter who was recovering from routine surgery I overheard a conversation at Prince of Wales Hospital between a Breast Care Nurse and a young women who had just had surgery for breast cancer. The young woman spoke of how difficult she found moving around with the drain still in the wound - it was awkward to carry around. The BCN told her that they used to have  sewing group that made a carry bag for the drains but the group no longer were able to supply the bags. A month later I contacted the wonderful BCNs... Continue reading

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  • Change of title?

    by Vince Cheok, 13 days ago

    Might I suggest you change the title to "Randwick (Random) Acts of Kindness". Would be more 'eyecatching'!

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  • Eastern Beaches Freebies

    by edithchow, 20 days ago

    There's a Facebook group called "Eastern Beaches Freebies (Sydney) that I'm part of and I see acts of kindness multiple times a day!  I have requested and received many things from the group, and in return have also contributed where I can.  It's a great community vibe!  https://www.facebook.com/groups/564311820256713/

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  • Gift of a Lotto Purchase

    by Suzy, 6 months ago

    Earlier this week my 90 year old mother, supported by her walking frame, was checking her unsuccessful Lotto ticket in Randwick Shopping Centre when a lovely nearby man intervened to place in her hand a Lotto ticket just for her.

    It was a completely altruistic act made all the more beautiful by pausing further for a friendly exchange of words.  Before taking off into the busy streetscape my mother assured him that she would find him in the event of her winning and he replied 'Oh, there would be no need for that.'

    This warm and delightful expression of humanity... Continue reading

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  • Coogee Beach - Early morning cleaning

    by Larry, 6 months ago

    Randwick Council staff do an excellent job keeping Coogee Beach clean and free of litter. In addition, almost everyday at sunrise, one of our good community minded residents walks along the edge of the beach and picks up pieces of rubbish and places them in the bin. This makes the beach beautiful and a delight for all users. A big thanks to this person and the many others who contribute to keeping Coogee Beach pristine.

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  • You Are Amazing Leticia

    by Bails, 6 months ago

    Some weeks ago I fell from the pavement outside the Randwick Ritz  and hit my head on a large piece of concrete (chicane?)  on the road. I was bleeding profusely and had broken my glasses. A very lovely young woman came to my aid, took me to the cinema ladies room and helped to stem the bleeding. She then insisted on driving me to the hospital, as being a nurse thought I needed a stitch. She wouldn't allow  me to give her some money but took my phone number so I could buy her a coffee when she was in... Continue reading

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  • Strangers Can Be Angels

    by Rebecca Mackey, 7 months ago

    I have an extra special angel in the area who saw my car get hit late at night by an intoxicated driver who did not stop. This person took a video of the vehicle, left a note on my car & called the police to log an event and had . My very kind angel saved my children & I from being without a vehicle plus all the expenses to fix my car and brought this person to justice which just may have saved a life of someone in the future. My Angel didn't leave their contact details with me... Continue reading

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  • It's a price of a coffee, she said

    by lallauna, 7 months ago

    the other day I was visiting a popular chemist on maroubra road. As I stood in the line to pay I overheard another lady customer ask the sales attendant if she could "owe" $3.00 for a prescription she was paying for...she had left her wallet at home and had only $109 on her while her bill was $112. The lady promised to return and pay the outstanding $3.00 - she was a regular customer who has all of her family's prescriptions on file at this chemist. The sales attendant refused to comply, much to everyone's dismay - BUT then another... Continue reading