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  • Ceasar

    Ceasar

    In December 2007, Random Acts was contacted about a young boy named Ceasar who was in a long battle with cancer... Random Acts came to the hospital and surprised Cesar with all of his favorite gifts!

  • Alicia's Random Act

    Alicia’s Random Act

    Alicia was diagnosed with epilepsy when she was one year old and now she is twelve. She is about to undergo a surgery to try and correct her epilepsy and before she does Random Acts was honored to give her some gifts and show her we considered her a hero

  • Megan's Random Act

    Megan’s Random Act

    Random Acts and the Albuquerque Fire Department presented 11 year old Megan Sanchez with a few gifts on Wednesday, February 5th while she recovers from a motorcycle crash at which she lost her father.

  • Rachel's Courtyard

    Rachel’s Courtyard

    Random Acts partnered with Rachel's Courtyard.. the play ground for children at Presbyterian Hospital, to host a 4th of July party for the children too sick to leave the hospital for the holiday. It was a great event ...partnering the firefighters with the children and playing games, throwing water balloons, and eating too much food!!

  • Isacc's Random Act

    Isacc’s Random Act

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  • Sirens For Homeless Project

    Sirens For Homeless Project

    Random Acts partnered with AFD, APD, AAS, BCSO, and BCFD to collect food for the 5000+ homeless children that attend APS here in Albuquerque

  • Bernalillo Academy Christmas

    Bernalillo Academy Christmas

    Random Acts surprised all the kids at Bernalillo Academy with specific gifts for the children... gifts that would delight the children, inspire them, unlock parts of their personality, and bring them great joy.

  • Jackson's help homeless family

    Jackson’s help homeless family

    A few days ago AFD Firefighter Brian Jackson and his family were out grabbing lunch when they noticed a homeless man with four children. They stopped and bought the family lunch but wanted to do more.