It's doesn't take much to make someone else's day.
Kindness Day launched Friday at Accora Village.
This year's edition of the event recognizes teachers, who play a huge role in their students' lives.
Rabbi Bulka began the initiative with the United Way seven years ago and told CFRA it's all about doing something nice for another person.
"It's easy stuff, just holding the door, saying a nice thing, saying good morning to somebody on the elevator," he said. "It's an easy thing and it does so much and it's one of those things where, you know, why didn't I think of this? It's a great investment, it doesn't cost me anything. It's painless, but it has such great benefits."
He says acts of kindness can be as simple as holding oper the door for someone, or even saying good morning to someone.