KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A group of Kansas Citians with the Centurion Leadership Program are out and about this week paying it forward for Kinder KC.
The Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce has a special leadership program called Kinder KC. This is for the shaping of future leaders in Kansas City. They want their leaders to know what it's like to pay it forward.
"Random Acts, there's no rules, whatever people want to do," said Centurion Susie Hall.
Their random acts of kindness were at Union Station in Kansas City.
"Right now we are giving this traveler, he is heading back home to Los Angeles and we're giving him a free cup of coffee," said Hall.
"It's great having the hospitality here in Kansas City, I love it," said a man who received an act of kindness.
The man said he wishes there was more people like the Centurions in Los Angeles.
"Yeah we're excited, they're the sweetest, we just want everyone in Kansas City to put a smile on their face today," said Hall.
"Absolutely, we're hoping that this will not only occur today, but everyday moving forward. We hope to make it a kinder Kansas City," said Centurion Jennifer Johnson.
The Centurions also had 64 members out on the street, being kinder to Kansas City.