Tauranga's "cystic sisters" carried out one more day of good deeds yesterday completing more than 65 random acts of kindness in one day.
Sisters Kristie Purton, 31, and Nikki Reynolds-Wilson, 24, were both born with the inherited condition cystic fibrosis.
The pair had been doing 65 days of good deeds for others in the Tauranga community to acknowledge the way younger children pronounce the condition - "65 roses".
Deeds the two women completed included leaving Lotto tickets in library books, paying for people's parking, baking for local charities and putting scratchies and food vouchers on windscreens of cars.
Yesterday was Random Acts of Kindness day in New Zealand, and the sisters, with help from Bayfair, gave out 25 gift cards worth $20.
The two women also gave away warm cookies they had baked and bought umbrellas to hand out to people in the rain yesterday.
Mrs Purton said her favourite good deed was when they were able to get stuck into helping a specific organisation for a couple of hours, like their last day of deeds when they volunteered for the Tauranga SPCA.
She was also on the receiving end of good deeds this week after Good Neighbour heard about the sisters' story.
This week the organisation fixed her family's bathroom which was damaged a year ago, she said.
"They had heard what we were doing and because we gave back to the community they said they wanted to give back to us. It's amazing you go out and do something like this and it comes back around. Pay it forward - it actually does work."
Mrs Reynolds-Wilson said the whole challenge had been amazing.
"You don't know what is going on in other people's lives so it makes you feel good being able to do something for them," she said, while handing out the vouchers at Bayfair.
Janet Hume, 68, was given a voucher by the sisters.
"It's amazing, terrific that people can give back to others in the community like this."