It’s been another successful Random Acts of Kindness Week. The Smile for Georgie Foundation partnered with Swoffers and Island FM to provide a different act of kindness on each day.
On Monday, It was fun for free at Oaty and Joey’s Playbarn on Day 1 of Random Acts of Kindness Week, with Day 2 providing unsuspecting members of the public with roses for Valentine’s Day.
Wednesday saw staff and service users of the Princess Elizabeth Hospital cafe receive free coffee and pastries, and on Thursday it was the turn of Meals on Wheels recipients to receive a box of chocolates.
Workers in Town were in for a treat on Friday. Office workers around St Peter Port received free Beanie’s coffee and croissants to brighten their days.
There was also a competition on Island FM for a lucky winner to receive free flights with Aurigny.
The Smile for Georgie Foundation was launched in 2018 and aims to make a difference within the local community through random acts of kindness and ‘smile-raising initiatives’. We certainly saw plenty of those last week.
Swoffers has been involved with the charity from the beginning; the joint initiative has gone from strength to strength, with a greater public awareness and an increasingly impressive range of goodwill gestures that benefit the wider community.
Swoffers and The Smile for Georgie Foundation look forward to working together in future years to ensure each Random Acts of Kindness Week is more memorable than the last.