Rebecca Schofield, a teen from New Brunswick with terminal brain cancer, is asking others to help complete her bucket list. Her campaign, #BeccaToldMeTo encourages people of all ages and walks of life to perform random acts of kindness in her honour, using the hashtag #BeccaToldMeTo.

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Becca and her father “masterminded a plan that will allow anyone to help with my bucket list,” she wrote on Facebook. Becca hopes this will help others focus on the positive, in a world full of negativity.

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Many people have followed Becca’s story and have been inspired to perform random acts of kindness. Many have donated blood, some have shovelled walks for neighbours, and a man from Moncton even donated $400 to a family facing a difficult time after a house fire.

The online campaign has reached over two million people and continues to grow. Although Becca’s  days may be numbered, the acts of kindness done in her name are not.

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