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We encourage all Band4Hope wearers to perform at least one Action4Hope [any act of kindness big or small] before they pass it on. See the latest hopes below or on Twitter with hash tag #Action4Hope.
Virginia Parker 
Spent the day looking after my nephew so his Mum & Dad could go to a wedding!
Liana Duric 
I gave a friend my free flight voucher so that he could fly to the UK for his sister's funeral.
Fiona McDonald 
Donated to local charity.
Roni Friedman 
I donated a Yoga workshop for an alternative School in Israel
Caryn CC 
Successfully had my niece stay for her first ever sleepover-she ended up staying for 2 nights with us.
Deb Grant 
Volunteered for one weeks work at NZ Bird Rescue in Auckland
Chichi Lo 
Starting a ripple and sharing a band4hope with a dear friend that has touched my life deeply this year.
Starting a ripple and sharing a band4hope with a dear friend that has touched my life deeply this year
Leanne Rath 
To set up this band and pass it on to Coopers family
Jenny Oakley 
I continue to do random acts of kindness I love helping others who need it.
Timea Venter 
I would like to spread my knowledge about positive psychology
Simeon Boseley 
Buying a band every month and spreading the word!!! Plus bringing a heap of positivity to the world!
Scott van Dort 
I will write a letter of gratitude to The Langley Institute and let them know what I did with my band.
Spreading the ripples at our wedding by giving away Band4Hopes at our wedding to our guests.
Rozi Grbac 
Signing up to be a mentor to a young indigenous Australian adult.
Triss Habgood 
I sowed, grew and donated over 200 vegetable seedlings to the local community gardens.
Marcia Ryan 
Telling my friends how grateful I am of their friendship and support in the past, present and future
Told my friends how special they are to me
Saying thank you to my friends
Tracy Goddard 
I enjoyed packing 6 boxes for children in the 5 to 9 years age group and coordinated the program at work
Supported a friend through a tough time
Hannah Ryan 
Shared my afternoon tea with a homeless man and am a richer person for having done so:)
Belinda Gwillim 
I took gifts & spent time with the kids from the Bali Children Foundation :)
Jo Maloney 
to show more kindness and compassion in small daily gestures
Kieran Catton 
I made food for my Friends
Ella BensonRoberts 
Donate some money to a different charity everyday for a week.
Barnaby Duffy 
I gave 15 euros to a busker on the street
Kate Blackhurst 
To write and produce a play highlighting the destructive nature of domestic violence.
Claire Howley-Mummer 
My partner died of Cancer, we donated to Macmillan, Dogs Trust, greyhound Rescue and World Vision
Rob Creed 
Gave to a homeless person and her dog whilst she was asleep
katrina alvir 
Forgiving others quickly.No resentment. Smile
Agapi Markogiannaki 
Host a Biggest Morning tea event to raise funds for cancer research.
Mica Anderson 
My 'Action for Hope' wasn't something very big... I simply gave up my seat on a bus for an old woman.
Jayde Coutts 
Ran my first marathon!!! 42.2 kilometers with my band for hope. In memory of my Dad and my father in law
Amy Ballard 
Teaching kids the wonders of growing your own food.
Emily Bishop 
I helped someone to train their dog who was very nervous.
Elizabeth Sterling 
Volunteered to care for horses. Also joined & volunteered for the Animal Justice Party in Australia.
Helen Maffini 
I donated a complete soccer kit with nets, balls etc to a school in St Lucia
Kerry Mcgrady 
Signed up to help the heroes friends
LIZ PHILLIPS 
Organise special gatherings to show appreciation of others and let them know they are important & valued
Bella Winter 
I gave sympathy and love to a friend who just needed someone to listen.
Jane Davies 
celebration lunch for Lisa on the arrival of baby Euan, +baby shower @work
Helen Zee 
I hugged many refugees at an Asylum Seeker Center. I created HugWithHeart.com a community initiative-HUG
Trudi Gwillim 
Quality time spent with a Balinese local today. We discussed the meaning of happiness in the East v West
Douglas Lang 
Helped a visitor from Korea to drag her heavy suitcase up Queen St in Auckland. Very appreciative.
Amanda Price 
Re-climbed the hardest part of a mountain with someone who needed support and encouragement xx
Jo Mitchell 
Gave some coins and chocolate bullets to a homeless man outside my local supermarket
Mary-Ellen Catchpole 
I forgave someone who wronged me and sent them a book to help them find happiness.
Eva Bishop 
I gave my colleague flowers because she is one of life's great beings who just wants to help & support
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