Random Acts of Kindness

Help after face-first fall

A massive heartfelt thank you to the people whom stopped to help my mum who fell face-first onto concrete outside our house at Jannali. 

People didn’t hesitate to stop and help. 

She arrived with the groceries, and I took them inside, then a man banged on the front door to say a lady was on the ground.

I found her covered in blood. 

She had a fractured femur, multiple fractures in her cheek and bleeding on the brain. 

It’s so wonderful to see the kindness of strangers.

I hope that someone else returns the kindness. I certainly will.

Jason Dullow, Jannali

Handbag left in trolley

A huge thank you to Simon and his lovely wife who found my handbag, in a shopping trolley at Westfield Miranda. 

They went out of their way on a horrible rainy day to get it back to me. 

Thank you again, it’s good to see there are wonderful people around.

Rhonda Baxman, Caringbah

Sunshine on a rainy day

We wish to thank the two young ladies who stopped to assist us during the torrential rain storm on June 7.

And to Phoebe who drove us to our car.  

Greatly appreciated. 

K & B Wilson

‘Tanks’ for everything

I would like to thank the gentleman who kindly moved his vehicle from a bowser at the Caltex service station on the Princes Highway at Kogarah so that I could refuel.

I had been running on empty for awhile and needed to get fuel quickly so that I could get across town to collect my children from after-school care before it closed.

Unfortunately all the diesel pumps were occupied but this kind man moved his truck so that I could refuel quickly and be on my way. What a great guy.

Stella, Blakehurst

Send in your kind acts

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