Random Act Of Aloha

Random Act Of Aloha
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Were you the recipient of a Random Act Of Aloha and are curious what it's all about? #RandomActOfAloha

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Did you receive a Random Act Of Aloha from one of us here at LookIntoHawaii.com? Maybe you were in line behind us and we bought you a coffee or maybe we randomly gifted you one of our jewelry or other store products.

It was probably a little weird having a complete stranger come up to you out of the blue, hand you something, then walk away. Don't worry, it was probably awkward for us both. But now that you're here we can finally explain why we did what we did! We're not trying to brag about our awesomeness but rather to inspire you to hop on board the Random Act Of Aloha bandwagon with us.

What Is A Random Act Of Aloha

A Random Act Of Aloha is an idea we had to do better in this world. It's about giving back. It's about bringing a little Aloha Spirit to a random person. It's about being better people and, hopefully, inspiring others to do the same. It's like paying it forward with Aloha Spirit and Hawaiian flair.

How Can I Help?

The easiest way to get started is to just do something nice for somebody. It can be somebody you know or a random stranger. Some ideas include:

  • Donate money, clothing, or household items to a charity. We're fans of the Hawaii Foodbank.

  • Gift something fun or useful to a friend or complete stranger.

  • Buy a homeless person a meal.

  • Pay for the order for the person behind you in the drive-thru line.

  • Volunteer at a soup kitchen, read to the elderly, or any other cause you like.

  • Clean up a beach, park, hiking trail, playground, etc. Go with a group or just head out to a place and pick up trash.

  • Ask for donations in your name rather than gifts.

  • Donate blood

  • Write a positive review for a restaurant or store you enjoy.

When you commit a Random Act Of Aloha, spread the word! It's not bragging, it's inspiring others!

You can do this via word of mouth, email, your blog, or social media channels like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Use the hashtag #RandomActOfAloha and #LookIntoHawaii and be sure to tag us with @LookIntoHawaii so we can like your post and repost it. You can also send people to this page by giving them this short URL: LookIntoHawaii.com/aloha

Have questions, comments, or more ideas to add here? Please contact us and let us know!