LITTLE ACTS OF KINDNESS APRIL 2020

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What have you done today to make you feel proud?

These are the words of the wonderful Heather Small and I think they reflect the ethos of Busy Life. As I say on my home page, for me, what society needs are more little acts of kindness that can collectively result in the power to do good. So, I would like to record here the "little acts of kindness" that  Busy Life supporters are doing that are doing good. For instance, have you volunteered at an event, been on a litter pick, walked someone's dog, or put the spare change from your shopping in a charity box? If so, I want to hear from you!! To add to this page, please either email me at Joanna@Busy-Life.co.uk or message me via our Facebook page. Please, note, all posts are anonymised and moderated to ensure they reflect our company ethos! I look forward to hearing from you! I hope you have done something today to make you feel proud.

This month's Little Acts of Kindness

With the Corona Virus now very much an unwanted visitor, the kindness of the UK population is overwhelming. I'm just going to list a few here. I'd like to give a special and huge shoutout to all those NHS doctors, nurses and support staff who are risking their lives, in continuing to practice, so that we can stay home and save ours. There are no words to express my gratitude. 

Stay safe everyone. Look after each other. STAY HOME.


Community claps for the NHS.

NHS volunteers.

Delivery drivers bringing bread & milk to the front door.

Shop Keepers making up care packages for free.

Toiletry appeals and fundraising.

People working as volunteers to help support vulnerable people who live alone.

300 local support groups set up on Facebook.

Postcard campaigns giving people contact details to get help and combat loneliness.

Hotels delivering free meals to people at home.

Cafes delivering hot soup to the elderly.

Social media groups formed for suburbs and villages as points of contact.

Graphic design services offered to small businesses for free.

Coaching services offered to small businesses for free.

Celebreties gifting their hotels for use by the NHS.

Supermarkets introducing shopping hours for the eldery.

Take aways offering free drinks to NHS staff.

Bakeries delivering free food parcels to the elderly and vulnerable.

Neighbours supporting each other (from a distance).

Martin Lewis giving £1 million to charities.

Virtual tours of zoos available on the internet.

Celebs posting videos on social media.

Elite athletes posting live exercise workouts on social media.

Free parking for NHS staff at hospitals.

Children painting rainbow pictures and displaying them in windows. 

Postcards to alert people someone needs help at home.















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