Guessing by the adorably child-like scribbles and pictures left on a dozen envelopes taped to parking meters, we’d say these kids knew it was Random Act of Kindness Week on Valentine’s Day.
In a slew of photo Tweets posted by ABC-7’s Melanie Woodrow this month, parking meters and bus stops all over San Francisco’s Cow Hollow neighborhood were adorned with envelopes holding loose change for pedestrians.
The envelopes featured encouraging little notes and doodles with sayings like “Happy Valentine’s Day!”, “money!!”, and “To parents: to help you out”.
The most amazing part is watching people smile/discover but leave the money maybe for someone else who needs it more pic.twitter.com/cmBDHgfjP3— Melanie Woodrow (@MelanieWoodrow) February 13, 2016
There are what I think may be little kids notes inside w/change. My heart is so full! Beauty when you look for it pic.twitter.com/JSyNfIXSPH— Melanie Woodrow (@MelanieWoodrow) February 13, 2016
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