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Do for Others


Paying it forward is what we do best at The Giving Keys. Over the last 10 years, we’ve sold over a million keys that our customers have paid forward around the world.


On Random Acts of Kindness Day, we want to encourage you to put a little extra intention into the way you interact with others.


We’ve come up with 15 ways to make the world a little bit brighter for someone else.  


  1. Send a text or note of encouragement to three people on your mind.
  2. Get flowers for someone you love, just because.
  3. Write positive notes and leave them around for your roommates, coworkers, or family.
  4. Bring a homemade treat to a neighbor.
  5. Smile at strangers that you walk past today.
  6. Ask someone about how they’re doing and take extra time to listen.
  7. Write a gratitude journal and reflect on the people, places, and things for which you are thankful.
  8. Treat someone to a coffee.
  9. Give a thoughtful, meaningful gift to someone in your life.
  10. Practice self care and do something kind for yourself.
  11. Leave behind a gas gift card for the next person at a gas pump.
  12. Make a donation to your favorite nonprofit.
  13. Get someone a book that you think they would love and write a note inside.
  14. Write a nice review for your favorite local business.
  15. Gather clothes or blankets that you don’t use anymore and drop them off at a local shelter.


Sometimes it’s the littlest gestures and details that make a significant and lasting impression on those around us.


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