#19ActsOfKindness is one teenager’s mission to cheer up London

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#19ActsOfKindness is one teenager’s mission to cheer up London
19th November 2014

19-year-old aspiring musician Trixta, from Hyde, decided to bring smiles to strangers’ faces to celebrate his birthday. 

He started a #19actsofkindness campaign, where he has been completeing a selfless task everyday for 19 days. 

So far he has bought lunch for a homeless person, cleaned up litter from the streets, bought flowers for an A&E patient and given gloves to a passer-by.

His plan is to change some of the negative stereotype of teenagers.

He said: “I thought it’d be great to do something that makes people smile…It’s winter, it’s cold enough already. Let’s make people happy!”

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