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Random Acts of Kindness Day

February 17, 2023

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Random Acts of Kindness Day occurs every February 17.  It's a day to do small acts of kindness and enjoy the rippling effect it has on others.  

This year, the Alliance is coordinating Cookies for First Responders.  We are looking for volunteers to bake cookies as well as volunteers to help us deliver the cookies to local first responders on February 16th- the day before Random Acts of Kindness Day.  Most volunteer activities will start at 1:00 PM at the Portsmouth Library.

If you are interested in baking one (or more) dozen cookies and/or sorting and delivering cookies to first responders located in the greater Portsmouth area, please register below.  Registration is limited, so we encourage you to register now.

If you have questions, email us at

We are thrilled that so many people registered for this fun event.  Registration is now closed.  If you are looking for ways to celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Day, click on the button.

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"I'm so happy to answer the phone when someone from the Alliance for Greater Good calls me.  I know they are coming up with another way to support our community and make it better...the Alliance for Greater Good is an awesome partner which really is doing Good in our community."

Seneca Bernard


"The Yoga @ Sunset event was the best part of my week. I am so thankful that you (the Alliance) are focused on the important job of caring for others during these crazy times. It felt good to know we were supporting a great cause while enjoying a beautiful night of self-care."

Wendy Joanis

Event Participant

..."The cards and the well-organized, decorated boxes are in the “WOW” category. We are humbled by the thoughtfulness of your generous elves. These are trying times...and it clearly takes a village. We are so glad the Alliance of Greater Good is part of it...” >>>>>

Natalie Allen

The Edgewood Centre

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Ellen Tully

Portsmouth Welfare Dept.

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