Two Teens Were Sick Of Cyberbullying. So They Built This.

Anonymity is a very powerful tool. Many choose to use it for evil, but we decided to use it for good.

Random Tweet of Kindness

It felt like the thrust of a knife, each painful comment cutting deeper and deeper than the one before it.

What had he done to deserve this? This seemingly endless barrage of calculated hatred?

Anonymity is a powerful tool. A tool that many had seemingly chosen to use for evil.

And we were sick of it.

So we built Random Tweet of Kindness, a website which enables anyone with thirty seconds and an internet connection to make someone’s day anonymously.

When you perform an act of kindness anonymously, it allows the person on the other end to craft whatever story he or she finds most meaningful.

Since building it, it’s made countless people’s lives just a little bit brighter.

Join us on our mission, and help make the world a better place one tweet at a time.

Kind words can be short and easy to speak but their echoes are truly endless. — Mother Teresa

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