Welcome to Cupertino Rotary Random Acts of Kindness Page.
Check out our Random Acts in the Community below as well as Rotarians we have caught doing Good for others.
We love to have your ideas, click to the left to give us ideas for Random Acts in the Community or click on the right to recommend Rotarians we should recongize, of course even better is click on both.
Page Stories
On October 27, 2020 Rotarians visited the Cupertino Fire Station on Stevens Creek Boulevard to salute Firefighters with Gratitude, Kind Bars, Bottled Water and Gatorade.  Kind Rotarian Rayne Liu also donated PPE face masks to the Firefighters.
On October 15, several Rotarians showered "Bubba", a giant bear carved from wood, with birthday presents and presented a Kind Recognition to Bubba's creator.  Bubba celebrates community events and holidays, keeping the mood light and spirits high for neighbors driving along Bubb Road in Cupertino. 
On August 21, Rotarians thanked the Cupertino Library staff for keeping library services accessible during the COVID-19 Pandemic with a bag filled with Kind Bars along with some PPE face masks provided by a Kind Rotarian, who is honored separately on the right!
On August 4, 2020, 25 hard copies of a book of gratitude was delivered to the Cupertino Union Elementary School District Office.  One copy was then delivered to each school to greet the teachers at the start of the 2020-21 academic year.  The book contains 20 pages of messages of gratitude from Rotarians, along with inspirational messages and quotations. As a follow up, each teacher received a soft copy via email.
Check out the Gratitude Book at https://tinyurl.com/y2aojoan or click on the book cover to the left:

On July 17th we held a  ‚ÄúSalute to our Essential workers", namely our Postal workers.  Several Rotarians were on hand to present several boxes of PPE-face masks to the Postmaster at the Cupertino Post Office.  

Rotarians we have Recognized
The Helping Hands group was honored on August 5, 2020. This group, led by PP Bev Lenihan, works very quietly in the background with confidentiality and compassion to help our fellow Rotarians in need. They are always watching, ready to listen, and checking in with members of our club. Most recently, they provided meals to two Cupertino Rotary families who are experiencing long-term health-related issues.
They are the "original" RAOK group in our club!
Rotarian Pearl Cheng was honored on July 8th for her Kindness. Not only did Pearl dedicate herself to caring for a fellow Cupertino resident who came down with COVID but she has volunteered to be a tracer in Santa Clara County to help everyone out. We are so honored to have you in our club. Enjoy that Kind Bar, you certainly need the energy.