175 acts of kindness


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Collecting unwanted devices in order that they can be donated to children in the community.

Stage 4 breast cancer patient donating free chemo care packages that are given to chemo patients.

Member of The Community Gifting Group. Providing foods for families struggling and toys for children at Christmas.

After recovering from surgery, Lola is doing laps of her garden with her walking frame to raise money to buy toys for the children's ward.

Recruiting an army of volunteers to offer free hot meals to children. Started project encouraging people to cook and eat together.

Donated hampers to the NHS, police and to raffle and raise funds for two local charities.

Volunteers for Dogbus. Ellie fosters dogs, she goes over to Romania to rescue dogs from kill shelters and fundraises for the charity.

Avon Cat Rescue; for rescuing over 420 cats and kittens and managing to rehome just under 400 of them.

Offering free Christmas dinners and afternoon tea to the elderly. Providing a community market.

Collected 190 donated computers so that kids without computers can learn at home.

Tabitha was so grateful for the impact support dog Thunda had on her little brother Franklin, she donated her Christmas money to Support Dogs.

Sponsored beard shave to raise much needed funds for Pawprints Dog Rescue.

Offering free food to the entire community. Raising money for children's charities and the homeless.

Offering use of his campervan and beetle to those battling serious illness.

Helping local families in need, providing food parcels and toiletries.

Helping elderly couple who had broken down and were stranded in the freezing, pouring rain.

Creating a lunch group and helping local families with food parcels.

Volunteered for a sponsored head shave to raise money for the Animal Rescue Crew.

Mark supports and cares for his wife, Portia who lives with advanced multiple sclerosis; a condition largely invisible in our society.

Come rain or snow. They do a fantastic job serving the community.

Opened a food kitchen and gave free hot meals and support to anyone needing help.

An NHS hero, Michelle also helps with people's shopping and is raising money for local charities.

Cooked and donated 100 meals to support the NHS. Held a Bollywood night to raise money for cancer research.

Bec has raised money to donate Body Shop items to the local women's refuge.

Throughout lockdown Steve has been bringing joy to the community and playing tunes outside people's homes.

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