Acts of kindness caught on tape


TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) – Acts of kindness caught on tape.

The group S.P.P.R.A.K., Special People Performing Random Acts of Kindness, kicked off a special campaign on Saturday.

They had several people say on camera what kindness looks like to them.

Terre Haute Police K-9 Officer, Ryan Adamson was there with his dog Koron as well as a News 10 face you might recognize, Rondrell Moore.

Officials hope the kindness bug will catch on.

“Taking that time to look at somebody, to make eye contact, lets them know that they have value and that they mean something,” said Robin Heng, S.P.P.R.A.K. co-founder.

You’ll be able to see the finished videos on the S.P.P.R.A.K. website and Facebook page.

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