A Brit neighbourhood was left stunned after envelopes containing £100 were pushed through letter boxes at Christmas.
The post arrived with “R.A.K” scrawled across it – which stands for ‘random act of kindness’.
The wads of cash were handed out by a mystery person, or group, in Clifton, Nottingham, for the second year running.
Last year, similar envelopes were also posted through doors.
Emma Phelps, 33, was at home on Thursday evening, December 23, when her family received the festive surprise.
She said: “When I saw the letter I had no idea what it was at all. It shows that there are lovely people in the world.”
Another neighbour, care home assistant Charlie Jone, 24 said: “It was so amazing to know there are still good people out there and just for a minute I could forget about all the negatives and just focus on the positive in that moment.”
Other Clifton residents posted in a local Facebook community group saying they had also received the surprise gift.
She said: “I’m sat here with tears in my eyes in complete shock.
“Whoever you are, from the bottom of my heart thank you so so much.”
The news comes as a teenager with learning difficulties carried out a random act of kindness every single day since the start of the pandemic.
Sebbie Hall began his charity mission on March 16, 2020.
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The initial challenge started with 10 sponsored acts of kindness every single day for 10 days to raise £1,000 for charities.
Sebbie Hall has helped more than 2,000 people and raised almost £40,000. He has also handed out Easter eggs, watered people’s plants, filled birdfeeders – and even taken out bins.
Sebbie also paid for 300 families to get adapted IT devices.
This Christmas Sebbie has taken donated toys to eight homes where vulnerable children are staying.