Count on Kindness Campaign
Live On Nebraska’s #CountOnKindness campaign celebrates and promotes the kindness of organ and tissue donation. On Friday, April 30, we’ll close out Donate Life Month by performing acts of kindness in our communities and sharing the importance of organ, tissue and eye donation. In 2021, #CountOnKindness participants are encouraged to direct their acts of kindness towards essential workers.
Anyone touched by donation is invited to participate in #CountOnKindness by performing acts of kindness and sharing their story about donation and transplantation.
How to Participate
Getting involved in #CountOnKindness is easy. Simply do something nice for someone else and share your connection to donation and transplantation. Remind them that registering as an organ and tissue donor is one of the kindest, easiest ways you can help someone else out (pro tip: hand them a #CountOnKindness card).
Need some acts of kindness inspiration? Here are a few ideas:
For essential workers
- Share a treat with the janitors at your kids’ school
- Give a tip to the grocery store worker carrying out your bags
- Give flowers to the staff at a nursing home or hospital
- Leave a water bottle or other treat for delivery workers
- Bring cookies to your local fire station
- Offer to babysit for someone who could use a break
- Buy a farmer coffee
- Let someone cut in front of you in line
- Put coins in an expired parking meter
- Offer to return a stranger’s grocery cart to the front of the store
- Hand out disposable water bottles to people working outside
- Buy a gift card to hand to someone on your way out of the coffee shop
- Leave a great coupon next to that item in the grocery store
- Pay for the meal of the people at the next table
- Give an extra tip and write an encouraging note along with it
Request #CountOnKindness Cards
#CountOnKindness cards are a great way to encourage others to pay the kindness they received forward and consider registering as an organ and tissue donor. Request your free cards today.