Simple Acts of Kindness

Please don’t keep the good things that you do for friends, family and neighbours a secret! Talking about the little things you can do to improve things for the people around you allows you to share ideas and inspire each other! With you on board we can make lives better!

And on behalf of everyone who’s told us about acts of kindness that have meant so much to them, we’d like to say

THANK YOU!

 

Post 1: Keeping it a secret?

Mental Health Awareness Week - Help to shop

Anxiety stopped Fay shopping for food, you sorted it by going to the supermarket together.

Post 2: Keeping it a secret?

Mental Health Awareness Week 2014 - Friendly Dog

Jim was feeling lonely, so you lifted his spirits by lending your friendly dog for pats.

Post 3: Keeping it a secret?

Mental Health Awareness Week 2014 - Talking

You didn’t understand John’s troubles, but you listened and that’s what really helped.

Post 4: Inspire those around you

Mental Health Awareness Week 2014 Little Gestures

Little gestures can make huge differences!

Post 5: Keeping it a secret?

Mental Health Awareness Week 2014 Flowers

Jean was really down, but when you popped round with flowers she felt valued again.

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Mental Health Awareness Week 2014 Gran

Gran’s frail but you trust her to look after the kids and it makes her feel great.

Post 7: Keeping it a secret?

Mental Health Awareness Week 2014 Company

Pills and tablets aren’t a substitute for company, that’s why Ian loves getting out with you.

Post 8: Inspire those around you!

Mental Health Awareness Week 2014 Friends

A small act of kindness is never wasted.

 

There are lots of things we can all do to make things better for the people around us! We hope you’ve enjoyed our campaign, if you have any comments about it why not join us on Facebook?