Tough Mudder has announced an initiative for the Tough Mudder community to perform one million acts of kindness for their community during the COVID-19 crises.

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The goal is for 1,000 members to positively affect 100 lives. Tough Mudder has presented a list of ideas for you. They also ask you to share your efforts on social media with the hashtag #helpahundred.


Buy groceries for a neighbor that can’t.
Do laundry for someone that doesn’t have a washer/dryer.
Pick up a prescription for someone.
Share a Netflix, Hulu, Disney +, or other account.
Mow a neighbor’s lawn.
Call somebody who lives alone to check in on them.
Walk a neighbor’s dog.
Make someone’s day.
Throw a virtual surprise party for the friends who are celebrating birthdays from home.
Send an email to somebody you haven’t seen in a while.
Shoutout a Mudder on social media (or nominate a Mudder of the Week).
Buy a little something extra for the grocery store worker.
Send a friend some surprise takeout.
Support local businesses by ordering essentials from them rather than large corporations.
Have a backyard picnic with the people in your household.
Set up a home obstacle course for your kids.
Start a virtual book club.


Donate non-perishable goods to a food bank.
Send gift cards to essential workers.
Send donuts to a hospital/medical facility.
Buy a healthcare worker a cup of coffee.
Send supplies to a local animal shelter.
Volunteer as a virtual translator for a hospital.
Sew masks for healthcare workers.
Donate money to a charity.
Send cookies to the local firehouse.
Plant a tree.
Donate blood.
Donate books to a Library.
Paint a rainbow with the kids and put it in the window.


Meditate for 5 minutes.
Go for a walk around your neighborhood.
Do a virtual workout.
Write a letter to your future self for when this is all over.
Plant some bulbs or seedlings and watch them grow.

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