Random Acts of Kindness

Concern after bike crash 

On Saturday, April 28 my husband was push-bike riding in Northumberland Drive, Caringbah and fell after hitting an uneven footpath smashing his helmet and lying unconscious. His friend rang the ambulance and while waiting a very kind nurse came to his aid and covered him with blankets.

Not knowing her name or where she appeared from we would like to thank her for her concern and looking after him until the ambulance arrived and also to the gentleman that took his bike and delivered it to our front door while he was still in hospital.

Many thanks to you both it was very much appreciated. 

Jean Phipps

Tradie was tops

I would just like to say thank you to the tradesman who kindly stopped and assisted me on Taren Point Road on the afternoon of Thursday, April 26. Your help was greatly appreciated.

Annabelle Jennings, Yowie Bay

Simple gesture meant a lot

I would like to thank the lady at the Cronulla Anzac Day dawn service who when she saw my son and I crying on each other’s shoulder patted me on the arm.

A simple gesture but it meant so much to me. People are so thoughtful. Thank you again stranger from a 92-year-old war widow.

name withheld, Caringbah

Wallet returned

A big thank you to  the person who returned my wallet at Barefoot on the Beach Cafe Cronulla on Thursday, May 3. Thanks for your honesty.

Dennis  Rose, Caringbah

Heavy lifting appreciated

I would add thanks to the young man at IGA Sutherland who assisted me in transporting three bags of potting mix into my car for me. It was greatly appreciated.


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