#Pandemic of Kindness of Strangers #WATWB

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A month of the world in lockdown. A month of us reflecting and learning that new normal. Many of us are still grappling with the changes yet there are others who are out helping those most in need.

Kindness has manifested in a slow and steady stream of strangers, simple, middle-class people coming forward and quietly donating, supporting, and helping others affected by this pandemic and lockdown.

Last month I had shared about the Caremongers and this month I continue the series about other good samaritans who are helping the helpless.

‘Coronavirus Relief’, a group that has around 80 active members from across professions, political affiliations, and economic spectrum, and has mobilized Rs 10 lakhs by now for relief work in the Tricity (Chandigarh, Mohali, and Panchkula) besides coordinating efforts in Haryana and Punjab.

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They stress that most of the donors are anonymous and it is the kindness of strangers. They have been flooded with people joining hands in this campaign. More details are here.

Join us for another edition of good news, positivity, and kindness. All you have to do is post a link to a piece of positive news; add the WATWB badge to your post, and link to the cohosts. The cohosts are: Eric Lahti, Susan Scott, Inderpreet Kaur Uppal Damyanti Biswas, Dan Antion, Once you’ve posted, please share it on social media with the #WATWB hashtag.

Help us spread the word on social media. Feel free to tweet, share using the #WATWB hashtag to help us trend! Tweets, Facebook shares, Pins, Instagram, G+ shares using the #WATWB hashtag through the month most welcome.

We’ll try and follow and share all those who post on the #WATWB hashtag, and we encourage you to do the same.

Have your followers click Here to enter their link and join us!

Bigger the #WATWB group each month, more the joy!

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Comments

  1. Kalpana

    Anonymous donations are the best kind. Once you want people to know about that 1Kg of rice you donated your motives are essentially suspect. However, it’s good to give, even if the motive is that you want a public pat on the back.

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