A ROTHES WOMAN is calling on people from all walks of life in Moray to play a small part in World Kindness Day on November 13.
Vivienne Addison has highlighted the world-wide movement that sees people showing each other kindness and compassion – and has been leading by example.
She has been around and about in the community leaving books with kind messages, paying for parking and supplying toiletries in nappy changing areas – and undertaking many other simple acts of random kindness.
Setting a challenge to achieve 100 acts of kindness on World Kindness Day itself, Vivienne is looking for help from others in Moray to achieve that aim. She has created a Facebook page entitled ‘Seeds of Kindness Moray’ on which people can share their experiences and hopefully generate more and more good deeds around Moray.
She said: “The random acts of kindness do not have to be of monetary value, they can be as simple as offering a smile or compliment, holding a door or leaving a nice note for someone to find.
“It would be great to get local schools and businesses involved.” She has approached a local school to start a kindness club to encourage young people to think about their communities and what they can do make a difference to someone’s day.”