One person sent 26 donuts and coffee to teachers this morning.
Another bought a foster child a new bicycle.
Another paid the toll for some motorists on the Mass Turnpike.
All of these acts of kindness came with a message: Pay it forward in remembrance of the 26 children and educators who were killed last year at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown.
The 26 Acts of Kindness campaign was spurred last year by reporter Ann Curry, and one year later the momentum hasn’t seemed to fade.
View the most recent acts of kindness at #26actsofkindness.
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