Random Acts of Kindness Cards

Hey everyone!  It’s Natalie here from the Little LDS Ideas Creative Team.  I’m excited to share these Random Acts of Kindness Cards I’ve designed to help with a Family Home EveningActivity Days, or Mutual activity.


I’ve seen this activity growing in popularity lately.  The basic idea is to go around the community and provide small acts of service or Random Acts of Kindness.  These aren’t done with bells and whistles, but are quick and undetected.

Below are some ideas I’ve collected for acts of kindness that can easily be done for free or for a small cost.


Random Acts of Kindness

Leave a kind note on someone’s car

Pick up trash around the neighborhood

Befriend a new boy/girl at school

Leave a new package of baby wipes at a diaper changing station

Hold the door open for someone else

Leave a bag of microwaveable popcorn on a Redbox

Tape coins to a washing machine at a laundromat

Make a dessert for a neighbor

Write chalk messages on the sidewalk

Leave flowers on someone’s car or doorstep

Just the thought of going around to purposefully try and brighten the day of a family member, friend, neighbor, and/or stranger will bring a smile to your face.  Imagine how you and the youth who participate will feel as you finish your activity and share what you did for others.  It’s a perfect way to teach the power of loving one another.

Some of the Random Acts of Kindness may need some kind of note to draw the recipient’s eye to let them know you left something on purpose.  You can download and print the colorful set of Random Acts of Kindness Cards I made to include with your acts of service.  (To save on ink you can print in grayscale on colored paper)

I’ve also included two pages of kind and encouraging notes.  You could print out a bunch of these and go around a full parking lot spreading kindness!


Click HERE to download your Random Acts of Kindness Cards

Thanks for checking out this post today.  If you have ideas for Random Acts of Kindness please share them in a comment below!

Natalie Hardman

Natalie is a city girl living in a small, windy town with her cute husband and curly haired daughter. After teaching elementary school for three years, she now pours her creativity into graphic design, cooking, and playing the piano. Natalie loves reading, Chick-fil-a, and doing anything and everything with her family. She is currently reworking her blog, but you can check out her previous work at Anchors to the Soul or see what she’s doing today on her Instagram feed: @hardmanhome.

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  1. GrandmaMare

    So awesome! Love all the ideas- using them for neighbors and friends! Thanks for sharing your talents.

  2. Lynn

    These are great! Thank you so much! Can’t wait to put them to good use! 🙂

  3. Karissa Hardman

    So cute! Love you and your designs!

  4. Kristi Bennett

    I love these so much! Is there by chance you have any of these that are more Christmas themed. This is perfect for what I am trying to teach my kids this Christmas.

    1. Thanks Kristi! I will be making some Thanksgiving and Christmas versions. 🙂

  5. Christina

    Thanks! This week is random acts of kindness week and i think we will do this with the activity day boys..thank you!