Throughout the weekend of March 1, 2014, hundreds of individuals took part in Random Acts’ AMOK event. The Annual Melee of Kindness is a global day of kindness, where supporters across the globe spend a single day performing kind deeds for people in their local area or community.
Participants submitted their AMOK actions to Random Acts. 310 acts performed by 859 participants have been completed. This amounts to 4,292 hours donated to charity during AMOK. Specific actions taken by AMOKers include:
- Delivering cookies to a local firehouse, performed by Jessie, Zoe and Chloe Chapman-King (@zoewillowsmama)
- Deborah Weber @debwebs made 150 chocolate lollypops for co-workers and strangers in exchange for hugs pic.twitter.com/bNx4aRVNka
- Nicole Sporer covered a co-worker’s shift, dressed as Batman (@ElocinMuse)
- Alicia Meyer, Kyle Adams, David Meyer, Ronald Denley, Alice Denley, Susan Laursen, Kaitlyn Laursen, Kelly Kindberg, Heather Cain, Betty Clendening, The Baerer Family collected books for a local library through their book drive: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8H6uSsrxVJQ&feature=youtu.be)
Misha Collins, known as the angel Castiel on The CW’s Supernatural, the co-founder of the organization, led a group in Los Angeles, where Random Acts supporters had collected backpacks full of useful items and distributed them to individuals in need. … Read More
In anticipation of his directorial debut, which airs tonight at 9 p.m. on the CW, E! chatted with the always entertaining Misha Collins, who revealed the pranks those “monkeys” Padalecki and Ackles pulled on him (Pie! Water balloons! Chair shenanigans!) and why he was wearing a Sam Winchester T-shirt on set.
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