Many people perform acts of kindness in silence. Maybe that’s a mistake. With so much evil in the world, we need to counterbalance it with good. A teenage girl named Rebecca Schofield discovered the perfect antidote. After being diagnosed with terminal brain cancer she created her bucket list. She asked the world to perform random acts of kindness and share them on social media with the hashtag #BeccaToldMeTo. The world listened.
In just 10 weeks, over 1000 acts of kindness, from all over the globe, were shared on Facebook. This collection from those first weeks proves that sharing simple gestures can bring happiness to so many and inspire others to do the same.
It’s time to spread good into the world.
For more information on Becca’s story please visit BeccaToldMeTo.ca
This book was created with full participation of the family and net proceeds are being returned to them.
One page in and I’m already smiling on the inside & outside both!via Facebook
Literally obsessed with it and having a hard time putting it down! Once it’s completed, I am going to re-read a few pages each day for uplifting and inspiration!via Facebook
My work bought three!!! We read it everyday to remind people even the smallest act of kindness can make a huge difference for someone … great book!!via Facebook
Very inspirational true story. I read the book in one sitting. A must read for all ages.5-star Paperback review on Amazon.com
A Legacy of Kindness
I remember the day I read Becca’s post about her diagnosis, my heart broke that day and at the same time, her grace and humor made me smile.
Reading it again in this book brought back the same emotions. What a perfect addition, this book is to what will be Becca’s legacy of kindness.
In hard copy it is a physical reminder that one person, with a huge heart, can spark a movement that spreads around the globe.
As an eBook, it can always be close by for those moments that we all need to be reminded that kindness exists in the world.
I believe this will become a book that is passed down from generation to generation.
A life changing book
It is simply remarkable what one young girl can accomplish! Becca has changed the world through her request for Random Acts of Kindness hashtag #BeccaToldMeTo. Hers is a legacy that will live on through kindness and positivity.
This book is SO inspirational that you will not be able to put it down! Becca is a remarkable young girl that has changed the world, one random act of kindness at a time. #Beccatoldmeto
The random act of kindness did not have to be big or even cost you anything. It is amazing to read this book to see how Becca has inspired so many worldwide!! …
A great book to warm your heart
A ray of sunshine!!!
Becca has truly changed our world for the best!
When I joined her page it was like a ray of sunshine each day when I opened my Facebook!
At a time when there is so much bad in our world it is great to see so many people doing good things for others!!!
Thanks to this book when the world gets me down I can pick up Jason’s book and get some happiness in my day!!
And the proceeds go to allow the Anne and Darren to stay home and spend precious time as a family!!!
CTV News Altantic – Live at 5 reads excerpt from the #BeccaToldMeTo Afterword written by Becca Schofield
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Starving Artist Gallery and Gifts Saturday, January 20, 2018 (Noon –
Chapters Moncton on Saturday, January 27, 2018 (2pm – 4pm)
Becca Schofield Family Fundraiser, 5 Fatima Drive, Riverview, NB – February 8, 2018 (
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Indigo Charlottetown on Sunday, February 18, 2018 (2pm – 4pm)
ARM (Autism Resources Miramichi) Book Nook on Saturday, March 24, 2018 (
Metro Moncton Book Festival – June 9th 2018 (10am – 3pm)
Moncton Headstart Book Club – June 14th, 2018 (9am – 10am)
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WEEKS 1 through 10
1,066 acts of kindness, big and small, from the first 10 weeks are organized chronologically by day and reaction count (aka Happiness Multiplier).
Jason Tremere was born and raised in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island and then became the only one in his family to move off the beautiful island. He graduated from UNB with a Minor degree in Philosophy and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and then settled in Moncton, New Brunswick where he now lives with his wife and son.
As an author, Jason is planning to publish a number of nonfiction works on personal finance, weight loss and international travel.
Over the years, he has volunteered with United Way and with Toastmasters as an executive and a mentor. As a member of the Writer’s Federation of New Brunswick, he is looking forward to helping other writers get their stories into the world through blogging, publishing books or both.
Leveraging his broad experience in technology, he helps entrepreneurs build responsive websites, create digital content and optimize for search engines.