One Boston harpist named Nancy Kleiman donated her musical skills by serenading the sick with her gorgeous harp. Find your local hospital, care center, senior center, or anywhere else someone might be cheered up by some music, contact a representative, and start sharing you music! You could even get a little band together to have some fun with friends at the same time!
Bring a little more happiness to the city with this fun idea! Materials: markers, multicolored sticky notes, and a big group of friends. Write 10, 100, or 1000 positive, uplifting comments, drawings, or anything else that might make someone feel good. Then, make your way through the city and stick them on public mirrors, like mirrors in public bathrooms or parks! You can even see if some businesses will let you stick them on their windows or mirrors. Brighten up the city with your compliments and spread a little more happiness amidst a divided nation! Make sure the mirrors are public though, or get permission if not!
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Vocal ID is an online program that donates volunteers' recorded voices to mute children in other parts of the world. By simply reading sentences into your computer, the Vocal ID team will match your voice based on your height, weight, race, age, and more to fit it with the proper child or teen!