Introducing: “Random Acts Of Greenness”

A new Who’s Green? Blog we will feature every Friday. Let us explain. Just like when we do something nice for a stranger without expecting anything in return, we call it a random act of kindness.

We think that the same principle can be applied to our quest to live greener lives. A sort of cascading chain of good karma, with no other motive than doing good.

Throughout the summer, Who’s Green? will be searching for good deeds, or maybe an individual that is making a difference in your community.

We want to hear from you!! No matter how big or how small, let us know! Together, we’ll make people smile and help the planet at the same time!

Here are some tips on what to look for:

Picking up a piece of litter, thanking a stranger in the grocery store for bringing their re-useable bag in instead of using the plastic one. Maybe gifting some of your extra seedlings that are left over from your spring plantings, or even giving your kid that favorite sweater or pair of jeans that they always borrow and never return. Planting a tree in your neighborhood.  Or maybe you have a green goal for the summer? Tell us what it is!

There are tons of great ideas out there that are just waiting to be put into action.  It’s not hard to do. You should try it. More importantly, if you happen to be the recipient of a random act of greenness, make sure you keep the chain going and do one to someone else.

When you witness a Random Act of Greenness or if you have any ideas to share with our green community we want to know about it! Please contact Priscilla at

We can’t wait to hear your ideas and feature them on Who’s Green?


One Response to “Introducing: “Random Acts Of Greenness””
  1. I sell small pieces of fitness equipment along with an instructional Manual an a DVD (packaged in a paper sleeve). They come in an Arizona Trader Joe’s re-usable grocery bag, to encourage people to let go of plastic!

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