Week of Random Acts of Kindness at Texas A&M Central Texas


It’s a week of random acts of kindness at Texas A&M University-Central Texas and members of the Human Resources Department and its organizers say it’s not just for students but also extended to the county community. from Bell.

Jeremy Berry from the Department of Counseling and Psychology said: “The event isn’t just about students, it’s about bringing together people from the community who aren’t students, just to engage with some students and the resources we have – for example, we have a community counseling clinic that serves the community.

Most of these mental health services at their counseling clinic are free and/or at a reduced rate to the public, Berry said.

Debbie Morrison, Human Resources Generalist, said, “We are excited to bring a random act of kindness here at Texas A&M University-Central Texas, we have several events planned, we have kindness cards located in all of our buildings where employees can pick it up and they can give it to a stranger…give it to your coffee bartender, just to make him smile today.

The need for mental health help is at an all-time high on college campuses in central Texas, given the pandemic, so the hope is that this week’s events can lift spirits.

Morrison added: “We just wanted to bring kindness to our campus community, there’s a lot of bullying in schools, people are working from home.”

Random Acts of Kindness Week will end on Friday, and then the Texas A&M Central Texas Human Resources Department is hosting Kindness Walks and other surprise acts of kindness on their campus this week. The public is more than welcome to stop by and join in the fun.


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