Photos: Finding Kindness in the Time of Coronavirus

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@winter_fate via Instagram
“Today I made 7 dozen cupcakes and a tray of Fruity Pebbles treats and we brought them to the amazing folks at UCLA Medical Center to thank them for their hard and life saving work,” Winter Morvant wrote on Instagram. “Please take the time to thank your health care professionals in your community and pass on a kindness! Health Heroes – you are seen, appreciated and loved!”
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@winter_fate via Instagram
“Today I made 7 dozen cupcakes and a tray of Fruity Pebbles treats and we brought them to the amazing folks at UCLA Medical Center to thank them for their hard and life saving work,” Winter Morvant wrote on Instagram. “Please take the time to thank your health care professionals in your community and pass on a kindness! Health Heroes – you are seen, appreciated and loved!”
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@winter_fate via Instagram
“Today I made 7 dozen cupcakes and a tray of Fruity Pebbles treats and we brought them to the amazing folks at UCLA Medical Center to thank them for their hard and life saving work,” Winter Morvant wrote on Instagram. “Please take the time to thank your health care professionals in your community and pass on a kindness! Health Heroes – you are seen, appreciated and loved!”
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Michelle Bengtson
Michelle Bengtson and her children are going on walks in their neighborhood and hiding kindness rocks they have painted. Some people have posted photos to social media upon finding them. “It’s bringing smiles to everyone who sees them,” Bengtson told NBCLA. She is part of the Riverside Painted Rocks Kindness group. “We paint rocks and spread kindness all over,” she said.
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Michelle Bengtson
Michelle Bengtson and her children are going on walks in their neighborhood and hiding kindness rocks they have painted. Some people have posted photos to social media upon finding them. “It’s bringing smiles to everyone who sees them,” Bengtson told NBCLA. She is part of the Riverside Painted Rocks Kindness group. “We paint rocks and spread kindness all over,” she said.
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Tricia Cazaz
Tricia Cazaz shared this photo of a care package she left to give thanks to the city workers who are still picking up garbage amid the coronavirus pandemic. She and her family left a roll of toilet paper in a Ziploc bag that says, "God loves you," a bottle of bleach and a rose tree.
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Jessica Belanger
Jessica Belanger and her boyfriend made 15 care bags plus 10 dog bags for the homeless population in their Lancaster community. "It’s not much but it’s the thought that counts," Belanger said.
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Jessica Belanger and her boyfriend made 15 care bags plus 10 dog bags for the homeless population in their Lancaster community. "It’s not much but it’s the thought that counts," Belanger said.
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Angelos Papazis
On a fence in a neighborhood in Carlsbad, locals are encouraged to leave words of encouragement to share with others.
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Angelos Papazis
Neighbors said the inspirational quotes hanging on a street in Carlsbad are changed often and now, more than ever, are appreciated.
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A man known as “SoCal Batman” stopped by 40 families’ houses from Adelanto to Phelan to greet children as the caped crusader — at a social distance, of course.
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A man known as “SoCal Batman” stopped by 40 families’ houses from Adelanto to Phelan to greet children as the caped crusader — at a social distance, of course.
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