100 Activities: ACTS OF COMPASSION THAT COULD BE DONE ON COMPASSION DAY

All the activities below should be done with the message and banner/stickers/cards/etc of 
(12Rabi Ul Awwal #CompassionDay) so that it will be clear to everyone. Do not forget to take a picture and upload on facebook and instagram with hashtag #compassionday and tag your current location to the post. Also,
write a story about the post.

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  1. Add a positive, motivational note on anything you sell.
  2. Adopt a family. Ex: Help by providing ration.
  3. Apologize when you should.
  4. Appreciate and give a feast to manual scavengers or local sweepers.
  5. Be kind and loving towards your family.
  6. Buy ice-creams for kids in your area.
  7. Buy new clothes for the poor.
  8. Buy Toys to the poor kids.
  9. Call a friend you haven’t seen in a while.
  10. Call a lonely person who you know is depressed and tell him the struggles of our Prophet.
  11. Clean the neighbour’s walk.
  12. Compliment and wish Compassion Day to someone by tagging them on Facebook/Instagram.
  13. Distribute fruits, juices or chocolates to people in waiting rooms at hospitals.
  14. Distribute masks and face shields.
  15. Distribute water to people on road.
  16. Don’t bargain with local street vendors while buying stuff, instead give extra and pray for their business in front of them.
  17. Reply to hatred comments on social media with prayers by telling them today is compassion day.
  18. Donate books to the public or school libraries.
  19. Donate diapers, wipes to poor kids.
  20. Donate medical aids or accessories to the needy.
  21. Donate sanitary napkins to poor girls and make them aware of menstrual hygiene.
  22. Donate shoes or slipper to the needy or homeless.
  23. Donate stationery items to kids.
  24. Encourage someone that needs it by telling struggles and stories of Prophet.
  25. Encourage, appreciate and help any poor military employees for his services.
  26. Feed slum kids in nearby restaurant.
  27. Feed stray dogs, cows etc.
  28. Feed the birds by making bird feeders at home or in parks or footpaths.
  29. Find someone doing something good, appreciate him and reward him and tell him today is compassion day and you have done a work of compassion and take a selfie with him and post it on your social media.
  30. Find unused items in your house and donate them to a needy or any charitable organization.
  31. Get a needy person’s house or appliances fixed.
  32. Give discounts on things you sell.
  33. Give flowers to the house helpers, security guard, local police etc.
  34. Give money to poor or feed the homeless.
  35. Give some homeless a blanket or a bedding or a terpauline tent.
  36. Give someone a lift in your vehicle or drop a friend/ colleague home.
  37. Give surprise day off and feast to your house helps… Maids, driver etc.
  38. Give time to someone that needs it.
  39. Help a labourer in his work.
  40. Help carry groceries of a stranger in a market to his home or car.
  41. Help in dragging a cart of a street vendor.
  42. Help some kids struggling with their homework or studies at your home or in the neighbour.
  43. Help someone (a kid, elderly-person or disabled ones) cross the road.
  44. Help someone needy buy a ticket to go to his home town.
  45. Help someone start a small business-like a tea stall, fruit or vegetable cart.
  46. Help the women at home in household chores.
  47. Hire sweepers to clean the roads or streets, pay them twice the wage.
  48. Hold the door open to someone.
  49. Install community dustbins in your streets or Mohallas.
  50. Increase the daily wage of a labourer, maid or a sweeper.
  51. Keep a handy umbrella with you so that you could lend it to someone during rain or on a sunny day.
  52. Leave a generous tip with #compassionday.
  53. Leave container of bubbles, skipping ropes, hula hoops etc. in the park for kids.
  54. Make a charity lemonade/juice stand.
  55. Make a flower bouquet for a friend.
  56. Make someone laugh.
  57. Offer your seat to someone.
  58. Organise one-day craft class or painting competition for poor children.
  59. Pass smile and greet everyone you meet.
  60. Pay for someone’s medical bill or buy them their medicines.
  61. Pay someone’s school fee.
  62. Pay someone’s house rent, bus ticket, rickshaw or auto charges.
  63. Plant a tree.
  64. Plant flowers for your neighbours.
  65. Put swings or slides for children in a nearby park.
  66. Recycles whatever trash, plastic items you have.
  67. Register yourself for organ donation.
  68. Rescue or adopt a street animal.
  69. Return shopping cart for people at grocery stores.
  70. Share your lunch
  71. Visit your grandparents and serve them in whatever ways you can or any elderly people in your neighbourhood.
  72. Sponsor a child.
  73. Take food to the neighbours or invite them to your home.
  74. Teach someone a new skill.
  75. Tell someone to keep the change.
  76. Unplug electronic appliances when not in use.
  77. Visit a distant relative and offer them gifts.
  78. Visit a nursing home, old-age homes, orphanage to spend time with the people there and give them some gifts.
  79. Visit a sick person.
  80. Visit a spectacle shop and buy some random needy person a pair of specs.
  81. Volunteer to pick up trash from parks, beaches, markets etc.
  82. Write motivating Chalk messages on the sidewalks (wherever its legal or with permission).
  83.  Accompany your neighbour to the hospital or doctor.
  84. Support the parents of the Children with Special Needs, by spending time with them or helping in their daily chores.
  85. Take the wounded or ill animal to the vet.
  86. Offer support to the old people in the market or public place.
  87. Help the old lady in your neighbourhood whose maid is on leave.
  88. If you are a professional, offer your services for free for a day.
  89. Make some goodie bags with cookies and candies and distribute randomly to the children on a road.
  90. Make some biryani packets and distribute in the slum areas or labour camps.
  91. Help the old people in paying various bills online.
  92. Offer help to the old people by teaching them some simple apps such as communicating on whats app.
  93. Help the mother of a new born by offering her your time so that she makes up her broken sleep.
  94. Get a wheelchair, hearing aid or any other prosthetic aid for a disabled person who cannot afford it.
  95. Donate for the wedding expenses of a poor girl.
  96. Organise mass marriage for people who cannot afford.
  97. Install hot and cold water dispenser with filter in a market place.
  98. Take a minute to direct someone who’s lost his way.
  99. Offer cold water / tea / coffee to the postman, delivery boy or trash collector.
  100. Support any organisation working for charity by volunteering your time or through financial means.

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Comments

  • October 3, 2020
    Keerti Tavadare

    Farmers ko visit Karo and help them to overcome this crisis. This is very important right now.

    Reply
  • October 3, 2020

    12 rabiul awwal #compassionday Huzure Akram sallallaho alehi wasallam rehmatul aalameen hai isliye hame unke ummati hone ka saboot Dena hai aur khas tor se 12 rabiul awwal ke din kisi ke saath bhalai zaroor karni hai

    Reply
  • October 3, 2020
    Dr Farzand shaikh

    Honest is the best policy

    Reply
  • October 4, 2020
    Mohammad kaif

    We should donate our blood on compassion day(12 rabiul awwal)
    . Blood donation is very important.

    Reply
  • October 4, 2020
    Mohammad kaif

    We should donate our blood on compassion day (12 rabiul awwal).. Tears of a mother cannot save her child but your blood can. Every blood donor is a life saver your little share of blood can give many years of life to someone.. And i am not saying everyone to donate but at least healthy people, youngsters should donate our blood on that day

    Reply
  • October 4, 2020
    Sayyed Fehan

    Forgive someones debt who can’t sort of manage it and conveying that it is one of the compassion act of PBUH.

    Reply
  • October 4, 2020
    Saima khan Durrani

    Spend your money for prisoners who are innocent but they are behind the jail coz they are poor can’t hire lawyer.

    Reply
  • October 4, 2020
    Saima khan Durrani

    Spend your money for prisoners who are innocent but they are behind the jail coz they are poor can’t hire lawyer.

    Reply
  • October 4, 2020
    Saima khan Durrani

    Spend your money for prisoners who are innocent but they are behind the jail coz they are poor can’t hire lawyer.

    Reply
  • October 4, 2020
    Imtiyaz

    S.No.88. Professionals Free Service.
    Suggestion: psychiatrists/psychologists and Medical practitioners in WORK TEAM can extend online free counselling to adolescent kids who are addicted to TV, gaming, and lifestyle disorders. Parents are worried. This will be a best human service and will be appreciated.

    Reply
  • October 4, 2020

    Good Work

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  • October 4, 2020

    I m very impress your work

    Reply
  • October 7, 2020
    shahab ahmed khan

    12 Rabi-ul-AWWAL # COMPASSION DAY HE IS NOT ONE OF US WHO DOES NOT HAVE MERCY UPON OUR YOUNG NOR KNOW THE HONOR OF OUR ELDERS

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  • October 22, 2020
    Nazia

    We should pay more rent to rickshaw pullar and request him that with this extra money he drop the old sick and handicapped people to their destination on behalf u.and let him know why we do this act of kindness

    Reply

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