Just as the saying goes that small drops of water soon fill an ocean, so too do small acts of kindness have a ripple effect.
From the coins you drop into a beggar’s plate on your way to work, to the helping hands you extend to strangers, to the donations you make to your local church, to the family you provide for on the weekend, every single act of kindness is a ripple effect that will have a huge impact in the future.
This is the foundation of the Lema Plan International community, to show the world through these small acts of kindness. We focus especially on women and children – the most vulnerable people who need all the love and care they can get.
We may not be able to touch every life in the world, but as the saying goes, charity begins at home, and we make people feel safe and cared for in our homes. We give them hope for a better life, no matter what their story is.
The scholarship we gave to some children earlier this month as an act of humanitarian aid was such a relief to them as they won’t have to bother about not being able to pay for their fees, therefore, helping them concentrate on achieving their goals.
We believe that it is possible to improve the lives of families who, because of their financial situation, have been denied the chance of a good life. For this reason, we work tirelessly to share their stories to let the world know how a small act of kindness can save a life.
“Sometimes all it takes is one act of kindness and caring to change someone’s life.” – Jackie Chan
. Perform a random act of kindness without receiving a reward – Princess Diana.
Remember that there is no such thing as a small act of kindness. Every act creates a ripple effect that has no logical end.” – Scott Adams