While most of us believe that solving Hunger is a must, the problem is so huge. It makes us, individually, seem almost powerless to face of such a magnanimous problem. Small acts of kindness can make a big impact overtime.
Greek philosopher Aesop said, “No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.”
We can now easily see what Aesop meant. Just look on the TangoTab app and check out how many people in need the TangoTab community has fed so far!
Each check-in on the TangoTab app represents one person taking a few seconds out of their day to spread kindness by helping someone less fortunate eat. Our collective progress shows the truth in Aesop’s quote!
Even something as small as pushing a button on an app at your favorite restaurants, coffeeshops, and bars that you’re already frequenting, contributes to positive change for your community.
Small Acts of Kindness: Something We Can All Do
One awesome thing about small acts of kindness is that they don’t require many resources. Nonetheless, they can still count toward something bigger that makes a difference. For example, people using our app when they dine out. #EveryMealMatters
Moreover, volunteers of all ages are joining our TangoTab Feed The City events. Even kids are helping to make meals for residents in need, locally!
In conclusion, we applaud you for every small action that you do. Our collective acts of kindness, no matter how small, will change the world and make huge positive impact overtime. In fact, they already are.
You can find more information on passing on kindness to others with the TangoTab app here.
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