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Delivered baked goods to colleagues
Delivered Purim gifts
We helped a lost boy return home to his parents
Traded my table to obtain a $50.00 gift for a friend
Doing errands for a few seniors in my neighbourhood.
Booked my next blood donation
I was kind to someone that is very hard for me to be so
Organized meals for friends in quarantine
Made Purim gift baskets for each resident of the Tamir Foundation
Took my elderly widowed neighbour for groceries.
Delivered packages of goodies for holiday Purim
tutoured for free
Brought a meal over to a newcomer
Made a modest donation to a foundation fighting cancer.
Baked cookies for my friend who wasn’t feeling well
Shared a smile with a stranger
Called and spoke with someone who lives alone
I gave blood in honour of Rabbi Bulka
With 104th Ottawa Scouts, collected food for Heron Food Cupboard
Collected donations to support Russell Heights community
donated to CHEO
cooked dinner for my neighbours
Sent Mishloach Manot
Made a special dessert for elderly neighbour.
Do groceries doe a Senior Couple weekly since last March
prepared and delivered mishloach manot to neighbours
Coordinated online bridge games for Seniors
Picked up goroceries for a someone in quarantine
spent time on zoom with an elderly person
Gave to Ten Yad's Purim Project
Gave to our local hospital
Via Zoom help grandson with homework and encourage interests
Cook food for exhausted and overwhelmed children and their families
Call isolated seniors
Made Mishloah Manot donation to Mazon
Adopted a rescue dog - helps us too - isolated seniors
Zoom "baby-sat" grandson while mommy working and daddy overwhelmed
Walked on road to allow others to stay on sidewalk
Call isolated senior
Make pre-Shabbat calls, especially now to isolated people - helps me too
Always taught my children It only takes a minute to be nice
Called friends who are alone for a friendly chat and brighten their day
Donated the pandemic allotment from the Govt, to various needy charities
held the door open at the store
smiled at the cashier
Made a donation of socks
Called my friend who is having a hard time
volunteered my time
Gave blood in honour of Rabbi Bulka
Gave extra to charity
Cooked dinner for a newcomer
I brought a surprise bday cake to a friend that lives alone and who was turning 65.
Helped an elderly person with their computer
volunteered at the Food Bank
Cooked dinner for my children to give them a break
Babysat for a family for free
Delivered gifts to children on Purim
Helped my friends stay warm after their furnace broke
Cooked a meal for a family with a new baby
Donated clothes to new immigrants to Canada
Sent a meal to a colleague whose husband had back surgery
Sent a meal to a friend who was attacked by a dog
Brought homemade food to my elderly shut in neighbour
Called some friends that are alone
Helped fix my friends heat
Made sure my friends were warm when their heater broke
Call a friend in a ltc every day
Gave extra to charity
I shared a candy with my brother
Try to open the door for people as much as I cab
Delivered Mishloach manot
Made a generous donation to a Kollel.
Since Covid, I make, bake and take muffins to 14 neighbours
Started to mobilize getting vaccines and assistance for Holocaust Survivors and Child Survivors in Ottawa
Teaching poetry writing to people of all ages and places including Africa, Argentina, Holland, etc.
delivered "loot bags" for members of the congregation
Reading tutor for children; volunteer at nursing home
donated food to local food bank
Baked Hamantaschen for my neighbor who lives alone
Regularly bakes and gives away shabbat challot since demise of Rideau Bakery
Try to say good morning with a smile!
Helped my elderly mother financially
Wave to gentlemen having breakfast every morning running by Perley
Regularly cooks delicious meals for family and friends
Call my neighbours to see how they are doing
Encouraged a mourner to learn Torah in memory of the departed
Financed daily transportation of grand children to Jewish day school
Delivered 55 michloach manot packages
Organised opera excursions for Machzickei Hadas members
Looked after grand children during Covid confinement
Donating or toys to other children that need them more
Donated to the food bank
Donated to Ten Yad for Purim Seudas
phoning people to brighten their day, during these Covid times.
Donating funds to elderly Holocaust survivors in the Ukraine.
Welcomed new neighbour with friendly greetings and bottle of wine!
Gave food to those in need
With Project North we donated 4 van loads of sports gear to the Boys and Girls Club
Made a donation for World Cancer Day
delivered shalach Manot for Kingston shul
Donated food to the Kanata Food Cupboard
Donating food to support the CHEO school Lunch Program
Gave a computer to my best friend
I deliver Manot for Machzikei Hadas & Jet, also look after a 97 y/o lady
Delivered several bags of prepared meals, baked goodies, wine and matzah ball soup to a dear friend.
Gave to the needy for Purim
Sent Mishloach manot to shut-ins through JET
Cleaned driveways for 5 neighbours after blizzard
Just finished donation #368 platelets/plasma
Scheduled donations at CBS every 2 weeks through March, 2022
Deliver Mishloach Manot for Machizikei Hadas
Gave Matanot L'evyonim
Delivered groceries to clients of the Ottawa Kosher Food Bank
Gave Mishloach Manot
Drove a senior to a needed much needed dentist appointment in January 2021
Bring holy communion to shut ins during the pandemic
Helped a senior who works part time now with his computer. His monitor broke at 9pm and since he is a language teacher who is working from home, I gave him my monitor so he could work the next morning at 8am :) I remember a guy in a movie saying, We should do the 'right' thing , not what we think is good for us haha my English is not good, so probably I didnt quite catch the exact expression
Sent note to my co-worker to thank him for his excellent contributions.
Became a designated visitor for friend in long term care.
E-mailed my student to thank him for his participation in class.
Drove a member of my condo staff home in the snowy weather tonight
Cooking meals twice a month for low income tenants
Taking my son and my aunt out for lunch.
Free lunch today for team.... supporting local caterer
Sent note of encouragement to local business
Donation made to Brain Tumour Canada
Cleared snowy drives and sidewalks for neighbours after a very big blizzard
Made a cash donation to my local kosher food bank
Search and found friend for a lonely widow living alone
Connected two lonely senior ladies
Sent gift to friend's elderly mother who had been feeling sad
Sent gift to sad friend, followed with daily check-ins
Gave heart-box chocolates to lonely friend
Drove an older neighbor and her cat the vet
Shared some baking with neighbours.
Prepared a meal for a family that just had a baby.
Reached out to a few shul families to see how they are doing.
Bought my music student who has been with me the longest (5 years!), a complete professional audio recording studio set - she is such a hard worker!
Took lady who lives alone to her dr appt
Bought a giant box of coffee pods to offer a free coffee to my harworking coworkers
I donated blood plasma in Rabbi Bulka's honour
Brought food to a family in hospital
My child shoveled our front stairs after this week's snowfall (unasked)
Brought flowers to a front line worker who was struggling
Shoveled the snow for neighbours who are front-line workers
Donation to Little Rays Reptiles as they struggle to care for the animals/reptiles
A retiree took buses to bring food to a lone soldier who was in isolation
Helped care for my friend's children while she was sick
Administering COVID vaccines
Prayed for the recovery of a sick baby
I prayed for the recovery of an ill baby
i took a neighbor to the pharmacy
My Zoom account support a women Torah Study group.
Visit by weekly an older friend and give comfort and support.
Shovelled snow for elderly neighbour after the snowstorm.
Gave a mall cup of cafe latte to someone who was looking in the garbage for food
I pick up groceries for a single mother and a neighbour with limited ability to get out.
At the end of a long day at work, I cleaned up the car of a colleague that was covered in snow and ice
I helped my mom make breakfast today
rote notes to front line workers
Writing to front line workers
I helped my dad clean the snow of his car
I wrote a Thank You note to Front line workers
Thanked my driver
I wrote a thank you letter for the frontline workers.
I will compliment those around me to put a smile on their face.
wrote a note to say thanks to the front line workers :)
Always stay kind, love each other ,be mindful of your surroundings, pray for everyone no matter who it is. And my God Bless each and everyone.
Write a "than you" note dedicated to the hospital
R&R neighbours car battery.
Meals for vulnerable women at St Joe's
Helped a truck driver whose vehicle was stuck in a snow bank on my street.
Drove by and brought in all of the garbage and recycling bins in for my in-laws so they wouldn't have to deal with getting them in the snow.
Delivered homemade bread and soup to an injured and bedridden mother of three young children.
Blew snow out of 2 other neighbour's driveways
Wrote a letter to the frontline worker
I sent a thank you note to the frontline workers.
Given note of kindness to a frontline worker
i sent a thank you letter to workers
Baked cookies and delivered them to our neighbours.
Made a nice Valentine for a neighbour who is newly widowed
I baked “thank you” cookies for all the teachers and staff at Manor Park Public School
I saw a man looking for so l gave him my tea
I bought furniture from habitat for humanity to make to a donation
I sent out a bnch of notes of appreciation for helping me through a rough time
Sending food to a in need.
Delivered a home made card to a friend down the street
Donated 3 sleeping bags to help the homeless
Brought food to a family in hospital
Made breakfast for my mother
Called my grandparents to cheer them up
Wrote a letter to my grandparents because they love mail
I will bring warm clothing to a homeless shelter.
Donating blood on the 16th & helped raise $7K for Eldercare Foundation
Keeping our aging family connected over video chat
I'll be donating blood at the end of this month
Helped the cummunity by creating a virtual comic con, and raise money for ablity first ottawa
My act of kindness will be donating blood in hopes to save multiple lives!
Listening with empathy to someone who has been going through injustices
Baked cookies and scones for elderly Neighbour.
Doing my 85-year old aunt’s groceries every weekend!
Made sure someone didn't miss his turn for Covid vaccination.
Checked in on a friend who is going through a tough time.
Ordered Shalach Mones for some isolated family
Saw a woman fall in the street; pulled over to help her up
I bought furniture from habitat for humanity to help the fund raising effort
My painting teacher and I made homemade cards for residents and staff at Peter D Clark LTC.
Bought a book for a lovely friend.
Paid for the groceries of a mentally disabled young man whose VISA was rejected.
Weekly assistance to one senior and visit to one friend in long term care
137 blood donations to date and counting; some concurrent with R. Bulka
Shop for elderly, disabled, shut-ins and Deliver meals (over years!)
Sent skip the dishes meal to my sister who had surgery
volunteering at the Covid vaccination clinic
There's an employee where I work that I have never met. I only hear her voice on messages to me. I reached out to tell her how much I appreciate her calls, and that she has a wonderful voice. You can just hear the smile in it. I have been cheered by her voice for years and I wanted her to know.
Helped my neighbour, who was laid off from their job in the airline industry, to access a new job in healthcare
Helped my neighbours to shovel snow from their driveways
Ran an errand for a high risk neighbour who does not leave the house due to COVID
Checked-in with elderly neighours on my street to see how they were doing or needing anything.
Donated children's' necessities to those in need.
Bought a coffee for a colleague
Helped a newcomer family raise funds for rent/legal fees
Dropped off handmade cards of encouragement for staff and residents of Villa Marconi
Donated to mutual aid funds for community members
Assisting a physically challenged man find employment.
Making food for Holocaust survivors every week.
Donated to food bank; contacted 6 neighbours to offer help
I bought a coffee for a colleague and called another to check in on her after she presented at a virtual conference.
Even though we don't have dogs, we always keep doggie treats for them.
I checked in on a former colleague and let them know I'm here to talk.
volunteered to sell trees as fundraiser for ROH, bought lunch for the staff at assessment center
Brought Challah to a friend for Shabbat
Bought a coffee for a someone I didn't know today.. for no reason.
Checked in on an elderly friend dealing with cancer.
Calling a resident at Hillel Lodge regularly to check in.
Regular donations of chips, cookies, chocolate, personal hygiene products for patients
I set up a regular study/conversation partnership with a young woman who feels alone.
Purchased a hot drink on a freezing day for someone homeless
I sent a note of appreciation to my staff
Welcomed neighbours with wine for couple/toy for toddler
Shoveled the snow off the neighbourhood rink for the kids to use
Called an elderly friend who lives alone
Donated old board games to a charity for newcomers.
I baked challah for my neighbor for Shabbat
Read the television listings to a visually impaired senior
Took my senior parent to a medical appointment
Paid for the coffee orders behind me at starbux!
Shovelled elderly neighbors driveways
I walked my neighbour's dog this week because she has a sore foot and couldn't get out in the snow.
Shoveling neighbours driveways, signed Donor card
Handing out warm winter clothing directly to homeless individuals.
I bring hot meals to homeless peoples in the winter
I buy coffee for the person in front of me in line
Donations to charity; calling and checking in on someone living alone almost every day for the last year.
I do the weekly grocery shopping for my elderly neighbours.
I make extra supper and take it to a homeless person
I am creating a food pantry in my apartment building
Volunteered to give covid vaccines at TOH
Helping with Social Committe tasks which keeps staff morale up !
Buying groceries for my neighbours for last ten months
Donated to different Ottawa Food banks and Homes/Mission for the Homeless in Ottawa
Sent flowers and a note to a friend, struggling.
Found wallet with ID, money, etc. and took it to a bank (credit card from bank was in it).
Spent time on the phone with soneone who is struggling
Donate money to help someone pay for psychiatric treatment.
Collected trailer full of clothes for Honduran victims of Cat5 hurricanes.
During the winter, I have been making soups and delivering them to family I know who are homebound and feeling very down during the pandemic. It's been a great way to see them from their doorstep regularly and bring them something to warm the soul.
Shovelled my elder neighbour's driveway.
Shovelled driveway for my parents
Cooked dinner for a friend who just had a baby
Brought kosher meals to families admitted to hospital
Brought dinner to my neighbour. xx
Delivered food to a women's shelter.
Volunteering in vaccine clinic-donating the income to charity
Purchased 2 dozen meals from Arlington Five for their 'Meal for a neighbour' program supporting those in need
Donated to the food bank.
Spent time listening to a mentally challenged person
Purchased & delivered groceries for a neighbour in quarantine.
Cooked meals for a family that really needed the help. I delivered in right to their home!
Got a good job for a Jewish person.
Foster sick cats until ready for adoption
Donated for the first time to the Soi Dog Foundation.
Drove my darling grandson home from school to save him taking three busses.
Drove my friend to his eye appointment on a very cold day.
Bought items on the food bank’s list and delivered
Each day connect with someone through word/action and prayer.
Helped a homeless person find shelter
Raised money for a local charity
Make coffee and a hot lunch for a local homeless person on a weekly basis. The gift is having him in our lives.
Made donation to Minwaashin Lodge to support Indigenous women children
I listen and Give emotional support to friends and flowers in appreciation for kindnesses given to me. to me as I'm not well as well.
Helped someone get his stuck car out of the snow
Organized a food drive
I am making a donation to the Ottawa food bank
Regularly clearing snow for elderly neighbour who just had heart surgery.
gave money to a homeless man on a -30 cold day
Signed up to donate blood!
Signed up to be a blood donor!
Volunteering at a hospital to help out during COVID
Fundraising for multiple sclerosis and refugees
Donated to a thrift store!
Opened up a new organization to help students in STEM
Reached out to someone observing a yahrzeit
Spent time on the phone with someone who lives alone
Delivered food to those in need
Helping a Syrian child who is struggling with English.
I shovelled my neighbours driveway and walkway.
Donated to the building of a mikveh!
Volunteered to administer COVID-19 vaccinations this weekend
Brought Shabbat dinner to a family who could really use it
Helped fix a family's equipment
Helped a friend move some stuff
Brought food to families in hospital.
Jewish food bank deliveries and tutor Israeli students in English
make and donate baby quilts
Volunteer with IsraelConnect to help an Israeli student with her English
happily arranging the packing and delivery of Purim bags to seniors
my husband, kids and myself shoveled our neighbor's driveway
Connect with elderly father by video visit to listen to his wonderful stories of his youth
Baking healthy desserts and distributing them to family and friends - sweets of love.
Donated boots to the Ottawa Food Bank donation bin for their clients
Cleared my neighbours driveways.
Called my grandma to keep her from getting lonely
Helped a stranger in poor health to walk home
Helped a classmate with schoolwork
Made valentine day cards for residents at my local long term care home
Driving my son to school today because I will miss him - first day back
In honour of their hard work & dedication to our amazing students, all staff at CHEO School were given a mid-winter wellness kit to thank them and cheer them up! They are amazing professionals who demonstrate commitment & dedication to our special education students with complex medical needs.
I paid for a impoverished man’s groceries.
Donation to Pancreatic Cancer Canada
I returned my elderly neighbours' garbage bins from the curb
אני מלווה ומטייל עם אישה הסובלת מדמנציה
Made a donation to Rabbi Bulka's Kind Canada Project and took the kindness pledge.
Donate blood at every opportunity.
Rescued two beagles (dogs) from getting killed on a busy secondary road.
Rescued two beagles (dogs) from getting killed on a busy secondary road.
Broke a glass jar that was over a skunk's head.
Donated food to Ottawa Kosher Food Bank
Actually talk normally to a homeless person
Donate blood regularly
Sponsor a needy child in another country
Work on behalf of people experiencing homelessness
Visited a sick friend
Visit a neighour in poor health every Saturday
Monthly donation to Save the Children
Donated to KBI to help sponsor Mishloach Manot delivery
Called and reached out to seniors in my community
i helped with souperhero to deliver soups to healthcare workers
i called my grand parents to wish them shabbat shalom
i helped a kid answer questions when they where late
i made sure that my dog got lots of exercise
i gave a letter to my friend to make him happy
i made sure that my dog was fed
every year i help with mada
i donated food to something called feed the truck
i helped make food
Have called and face timed with a recently widowed friend who lives alone almost daily since the pandemic began.
thermos of coffee on a walk with a friend
Donated to Food Bank. Errands for senior since March 2020
I give blood on a regular schedule
For my friends that have cancer I make home cooked food and give support that is needed.
Anonymous flowers for Long-Term Care Staff and Residents
Phone calls to people in need of outside contact
Commitment to call a senior citizen every day (not shabbat) just to check in and see how they are doing.
Charity Donation to “Meir Panim” to feed Holocaust
We sponsor a woman in financial need to attend the Naomi Bulka Community Mikvah each month, in perpetuity. We love you Rabbi Bulka.
I take time to call and listen to and encourage two persons who live alone everyday.
Donated to a cancer fund
Sent surprise gift to a friend who had bad day.
Sent flowers to a family suffering a loss
Sit on volunteer board, be present for people
I call people who live alone and donate to worthy charities frequently.
Bake cheesecakes as gifts for family, friends and colleagues.
Always smile and listen to those in need
Volunteer to work every Christmas
Call 5 people living alone on a rotational basis.
Donate to the food bank every grocery store trip
Taking my neighbour to his medical appointments after he broke his foot.
donated to person standing in intersection asking drivers for food money
Called lonely person, donated to charity
I am poor, but managed to buy 10 coffees for strangers
I just love when we FaceTime with our grandkids. Although we live near our grandchildren, the pandemic has kept us from hugging them, cuddling, and having them at our place for special time with Gramma and Grampa. I appreciate that they call every day. Thank you Rabbi Bulka
removed snow from my neighbours driveway
shopping for groceries and picking up medications for homebound couple
Tasha and her family make sandwiches for the homeless on the weekend
Elissa makes cups a sweaters for fund raisers for a number of groups
Every Monday he goes to Grace Place and cuts the homeless hair
Supported Mark Holzman’s upcoming cold walk in support of Cornerstone
Demonstrating our love by delivering sweet homemade treats to family and friends during Covid.
Immigrant family going through tough times with their restaurant during Covid, sent check through the mail to them.
Brought homemade dinner to friends after they moved into new apartment.
A Parcel was delivered to the wrong address and we notified recipient so we could deliver it to him.
Brought homemade dinner to a friend after her surgery.
Surprised co-workers with home-baked pastries.
I shovelled before neighbours left for work I am 69
Bought pizza for a client's husband who was waiting for her in the ER
Gave an Elderly man who said his nose was running, a pkg. of kleenex.
I made a big pot of goulash for a family of friends that all have COVID and are quarantined .
When i see my neighbour cats crying and cold i knock on their owners door and get them in.
Staying in contact with Bosnian war victims
Checked in on elderly neighbour.
Paid for the car behind me at the drive thru
Donated food to the Food Bank
Shovelled neighbours back deck and path to the front of the house
Snow clearing for neighbours. Donated food. Prepared and donated hot meals for 2 less fortunate people. The rabbi has been inspirational to me over many years at the remembrance day ceremonies.
Kindness starts on your plate. I went vegan for everyone.
Shovelled the lane way for ailing neighbour.
Donated winter clothing for the homeless shelter.
about a week and a half ago I made a healthy soup and dropped off for someone that just had gallbladder surgery.
Taking part yes. Prayers of love ,peace to Rabbi Bulka.
Prepared Meals for friend following major surgery
Donated Winter Clothes to homeless centre
On Friday's I call the Holocaust survivor who went on the March of the Living with me. She lives alone, and especially during COVID has been isolated so I make sure she has someone to talk to
We made a special donation to honour Rabbi Bulka to www.veahavta.org
checking in with and running errands for survivors during Covid
My phoneline is always open to friends living alone.
Gave a pint of blood
Two of the teachers that I work with live alone and are teaching from home. I know they are going through various physical challenges and that they may be struggling. I called them both and chatted for a while. They were very happy that I did! I am their school principal.
Invited an Israeli I’d never previously met, for Shabbat
Donated to 24 hour relay run for cancer
Deliver food to a family from our local food pantry.
Made soup to hand out at soup kitchen.
Gave a $50 gift card to a curbside loblaws worker who was working the shift by herself out in the cold.
Keeping in tough with an isolated old lady
Cooked soup for a friend in need.
Delivered Care gift baskets to 10 shul members in Toronto who live alone.
Baked for colleagues and their families
Made chicken soup for a friend in need
Driving an older friend to the cemetery for her last visit before she makes aliyah to be near her kids/grandkids
Package food and do deliveries for the Ottawa Kosher Food Bank.
Daily check in by text with an individual who lives alone and has health issues.
Worked someone else's shift while he was in the hospital (for free- so he wouldn't have to use sick time)
Trying to make social housing has masks for pandemic
registered as an organ donor
Registered as an Organ Donor
knit toques to be distributed for free
I have been telephoning someone who lives alone or is isolated during these crazy Covid times, every day.
Delivered food to 2 neighbours, recently widowed! Today!
Made 50 packages of gifts for seniors!
Extending assistance & food to single Syrian Mom/3 children ❤️
I buy socks in bulk to give to give to homeless people
Gifted a framed Star Trek picture to fellow in nursing home to brighten his room as he his a big Trekkie fan
Donated toiletries+supplies to homeless, paid for woman's request for bus fare
Made food for a friend with cancer
Donated socks for men at the Shepards of Good Hope
Donate charity, call 5 people who live alone, food shop for them.
I test weekly for Covid to see my 100 year old Mum in LTC.
Driving a loved one to an appointment b/c of Covid anxiety
Donated clothes to ottawa neighbourhood Service and bought a tree for Israel
Donation to a LTC home to purchase an electric bed
donate my hair to CHEO when hairdresser's back to work!
Chatted and laughed with a lonely neighbour 2 metres apart.
I gave a warm duvet to a homeless man on Sunday when temperatures hit -20
Bought coffee and donut for a needy man
I drop off fresh baked goods to the seniors of our town.
I donate supplies to our local (no kill) animal shelter
I do daily senior check-in calls during the Stay-at-Home order.
I deliver groceries for the seniors of our Town
I donated blood for the first time in years.
Used email & photos to send my love to three mourners.
Donating radios to ill patients at various hospitals in Ottawa area.
Signed-up to participoate in the Great Cycle Challenge with the goal of raising 200 Chai - $3600 - for cancer research.
Facebook Page to share Kindness and smiles.
Volunteered at Ottawa Torah Day school to tutor students virtually who are having difficulty with math.
crocheting blankets for Hillel Lodge
I pray for those affected by COVID. There are so many!
Send funny or comforting emails to people who are finding staying at home difficult.
A 93 year old woman on her own in a one bedroom apartment. I speak to her regularly and send her cards saying how much she is loved.
Rejoiced with a prisoner who has been paroled. He deserves it.
.We always had and have great respect for Rabbi Bulka and we wish him well.
I cared for my mother after her surgery and I am bringing her dinner tonight.
Cooking a mommy meal for a parents with twin preemies
We are doing Kanata Food Cupboard deliveries.
Delivering meals & snacks to two friends who have lost loved ones or spouse in hospital.
Signed up to give blood
Donated blood! (Inspired by your collaborative anti-racism campaign)
contacted seniors living alone
Gave Blood in Rabbi Bulka's Honour.
Offering support to others who are waiting for an organ transplant.
Officially registered as an organ donor.
Made a Shiva meal plus extra food for a friend battling cancer who just lost her Mother.
Helping make meals for people in need of them.
Dinner for a sick friend