Southern's RAOK

Counseling Services, The Suicide Prevention and Education Task Force, the Dean of Students Office
and Greek Life Council are pleased to announce:
"Southern's Random Acts of Kindness:
Every Kind Act Can Help Save a Life."   

Did you know that kindness is contagious? Research shows that one small act of kindness can inspire a community of kind movements. In fact kindness is connected to wellness in many ways. We are proud to invite you to join the Kindness Initiative of Southern Connecticut State University. The goal of this initiative is to foster positive relationships, increase student-faculty morale and essentially build a stronger campus community, where everyone can feel appreciated.

What exactly is a
random act of kindness?

"A random act of kindness is a selfless act performed by an individual or group with the sole intention of making someone happier.  This can be done by doing something unsuspecting and kind, providing encouragement, thanking them for their efforts or lifting their spirits with positive affirmations."


How can one person make a difference? 

It's simple...you can do so by:

What Random Act of Kindness have you done lately?

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