Teenager raises £55k for charity through random acts of kindness

One teenager’s random acts of kindness have raised thousands for charity.

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During the pandemic in March 2020, Sebbie Hall pledged to raise £1000 for charity by performing a kind act every single day for a month. 

Three years later and he has smashed that target, raising over £55,000, and has even set up his own charity – the Sebbie Hall Kindness Foundation.

What random acts of kindness has he done?

Everything from buying lottery tickets for strangers to giving teddies to Ukrainian orphans, Sebbie is nowhere close to stopping in his quest to spread joy and happiness to others.

The aim of the Sebbie Hall Kindness Foundation is to bring happiness to others and to help disabled and vulnerable people because Sebbie doesn’t want anyone to feel lonely. We love it.

Joining Sebbie as patrons of his charity are actors Richard Brake and Eddie Marsan – but has had support from other celebrities too like Ant and Dec and Catherine Tate.

This article aligns with the UN SDGs Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions and Partnership for the Goals.