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FNB 125 Tracks of Kindness

Tracks Of Kindness

Over the last 125 years, we’ve completed millions of transactions. Deposits, loans, withdrawals-- that’s what makes us a bank. But it’s the smiles, laughs, and handshakes that make us part of the community. To kick-off our anniversary celebration, we proudly present “125 Tracks of Kindness,” a program designed to create a community full of Conductors of Kindness.

Below is the complete list of kind things you can do in your community:

  • Buy someone’s coffee for them.
  • Let someone in front of you in line.
  • Plant a tree.
  • Double the tip for a waiter/waitress.
  • Bring in donuts to work.
  • Fill out one of those receipt surveys in a positive way.
  • Donate your hair to Locks-of-Love.
  • Pay for someone else’s meal.
  • Pick up some litter.
  • Leave a dollar to a vending machine.
  • Call or visit someone who is sick.
  • Bake your neighbor a cake.
  • Pay it forward, in any way.
  • Cover the adoption fee at an animal shelter.
  • Adopt a rescue animal.
  • Include a compliment in the next email you write..
  • Donate to a good cause.
  • Knit something for someone.
  • Leave a coupon behind at a store.
  • Help coach a youth sports team.
  • Donate blood.
  • Donate used clothing.
  • Send a handwritten card to someone.
  • Hand out hot chocolate on a cold day
  • Thank your mailman.
  • Thank a cop.
  • Thank a firefighter.
  • Thank your parents.
  • Walk an elderly citizen across the street.
  • Volunteer at Salvation Army.
  • Volunteer at an animal shelter.
  • Volunteer at a church.
  • Tutor a Student
  • Wash a neighbor’s car.
  • Adopt a highway.
  • Donate old sports equipment.
  • Donate old books to a library.
  • Share your umbrella.
  • Direct someone who is lost.
  • Carry someone’s groceries.
  • Facebook Message a Past Teacher and thank them
  • Volunteer to animal sit.
  • Help a friend move.
  • Pass along a great book you’ve just finished reading.
  • Send a get-well postcard to a children’s hospital.
  • Dress up in a funny costume and visit a children’s hospital.
  • Cook dinner for your parents.
  • If you own a business, donate a percentage of sales to a charity.
  • Save your box tops and donate them to a school.
  • Shovel a neighbor’s driveway after a snowfall.
  • Bring flowers to the nurses station at a hospital.
  • Visit a nursing home.
  • Visit hospice.
  • Give someone a lift.
  • Keep an extra umbrella at work to lend out when it rains.
  • Put a positive message on your business marquee.
  • Donate your old eyeglasses or sunglasses.
  • Donate your old cellphone.
  • Donate your old computer.
  • Thank a veteran.
  • Hold the elevator.
  • Teach your kids about community service and have them volunteer.
  • Donate to an angel tree.
  • FB message 3 people a genuine compliment.
  • Compliment a parent on their child.
  • Cook a meal for a friend that just had a baby.
  • Let someone ahead of you at the supermarket checkout.
  • Tip your Grocer/Carryout Person
  • Compliment your boss.
  • Bring in fun office supplies to liven up the workday for everyone.
  • Give up a good parking space.
  • Put sticky notes with positive slogans in coworkers’ space.
  • Thank a custodian.
  • Purchase some cat or dog food and drop it off at an animal shelter.
  • Make two lunches and give one away.
  • Say yes at the store when the cashier asks if you want to donate $1 to whichever cause.
  • Help someone struggling with heavy boxes.
  • Take all your change to Coinstar and donate your collection to charity.
  • Offer to return a shopping cart to the store for someone loading groceries in their car.
  • Buy a lottery ticket for a stranger.
  • Walk your friend’s dog.
  • Stop and help someone replace their flat tire.
  • Bring a bunch of tennis balls to a local dog park.
  • Jump someone’s battery.
  • Slip positive messages into your kids’ Lunches
  • Order dessert for a random family at a restaurant.
  • Compliment your server to their manager.
  • Pay a toll for the person behind you.
  • Be kind to yourself! Write down 3-5 things you're grateful for or happy about.
  • Organize a food drive at work.

Thanks for doing your part to spread kindness in our community! Remember, no act of kindness, however small, is ever wasted.

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