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Viral Kindness

#ViralKindness
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#Viralkindness was set up by Becky Wass, Lecturer at Falmouth University. She shared the postcard as a way of supporting the Cornish community with the following message: 

 

I’ve been feeling pretty helpless watching the news. Maybe you have too? I wanted to do something about it, so I’ve made a postcard that I’ll be posting to my older neighbours as this progresses (after washing my hands!).

If just one person feels less lonely or isolated when faced with this pandemic, then I’ll feel better about it (I hope!)

Coronavirus is scary. Let’s make kindness go viral.

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Printable pdf: bit.ly/viralkindness

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Cornwall Link Digital | 19th Mar 2020

Viral Kindness receives national press as postcard help goes viral. Keep up the good work everyone! 

Get involved by downloading the printable postcard and sharing it with your neighbours. Think you can customise one specific to the needs of your community? Share yours with #viralkindness. 

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Founder of Made Open. Building better communities using design and technology. B-Corp certified. A CE50 in 2019.

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I'm Penryn based, work across service design, sound for film & television and I teach piano part time. I drive, have public liability insurance and am in the stages of getting set up with Age UK's befriending scheme. Outside of work, I like sea ... Read more

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Working strategically at four Community based hubs in Cornwall to bring support, signposting and information to individuals affected by cancer. Made possible through a partnership between Age UK C&IOS and Macmillan.

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