The founder & visionary behind One Kind Act
Growing up I always saw my father collecting varying amounts of money in envelopes, I asked what he was doing - he said trying to make a small difference. From that day it was my mission to follow in his footsteps and with my fellow trustees my dream has come true. The power of the mind, a determination to make even a small difference and having friends willing to support and encourage me has brought me to this valued place.
The enthusiasm behind One Kind Act
William John Bennett said; A kind and compassionate act is often its own reward. I certainly have found that to be true. Through my recent work as a Samaritan listening volunteer I have been privileged to share the thoughts of strangers ... whilst providing support and a listening ear I too have changed and gained a further passion for helping my fellow human beings. I am excited by this opportunity to make a difference.
The brains & finance man behind One Kind Act
Enjoying life to the full, participating in sports, leisure, travel and work. Family man and a firm believer in the old adage ‘Work Hard, Play Hard’ . One Kind Act provides me the opportunity to help those who are facing more serious challenges. A small way to give something back to society, and I encourage you to do the same, in whatever way works for you.
The intuition & efficiency behind One Kind Act
One Kind Act - the three words speak for themselves and capture one simple human sentiment - compassion. How easily we take aspects of our lives such as opportunity and good health so much for granted and forget to feel compassion for whom these privileges are lacking. I now see it’s time for me to reach out. What better way to fulfil my wishes than to be a Trustee of a charity that has such passion and energy to do good in this world.
Money Collector for One Kind Act
I always knew that once my children were older I wanted to do some kind of charity work and be able to give back. One Kind Act gave me an opportunity to do more than I ever expected and I feel very privileged to be a part of such a wonderful charity. People often say ‘it’s so good what you do’ honestly, I think I am extremely lucky to be in a position to be able to help those less fortunate than me.