One of Salisbury’s community groups, Be a Blessing, is spreading kindness all over Salisbury…in schools, to residents at Genesis nursing home, making cards for cancer patients, dropping off goodies to the fire department, the police department, gifts for custodians, gifts for cafeteria staff, teacher gift bags, and blessing bags for the homeless.
This week their Blessing outreach is….Cafeteria staff, school nurses..and custodial staff 🙂 Let’s join in their challenge and help find ONE way to bless others this week. Be a blessing group said it best: “Let’s spread some much needed love to a world that so desperately needs it!”
The Wicomico Child Advocacy Center received a special delivery on March 3rd, 2020! Charley, of The Metropolitan Magazine, heard about their need of snacks for children and decided to drop by with a load of snacks to help make a difference! The snacks will bless children who come and meet with the social workers, therapists and the family advocate. Hugs to Charley and others in the community for helping our program and children in Wicomico County.
Salisbury Middle’s Kindness Club came out in support of our member Bella Hooper (pictured with the arrow) as she competed in the regional Destination Imagination competition hosted at SMS on Saturday. Members, Callie Blades, Ari Vargas, and Maryam Khamees, then went around and offered treats to participants and staff. Spreading kindness in the form of sugary goodness 🥰
1 Year to Empowerment donated a box of paper straws to Olde Towne Cafe as an act of kindness. The program knew that they were transitioning to earth friendly products and they wanted to help out. Way to go 1 year to Empowerment on making a difference!
Pinehurst’s scholars wrote kindness notes and shared them with peers and staff. Each scholar was invited to write one note of kindness and give to themselves to show how valuable they are. Kindness in action at Pinehurst!
Darron Whitehead, of Whitehead Real Estate Executives, and his team presented a check to HALO for $1000.00. They soon realized how their donation would impact our community as they took a tour of our facility and saw volunteers, staff and guests connecting. What a beautiful way to kick off your #whiteheadgivesback giving!
The kindness commission is impressed by the kindness you are sharing in the community! Please view our website and join #kindSBY as a sponsor to further showcase your community kindness.
Kindness Commissioners shared kindness with SU students on February 21st as they returned to classes. We handed out Inspirational cards, hugs, well wishes and kindness bracelets to every passerby. Several commuters stopped for a kind word and many honked to show their support. Keep it Kind Salisbury, you are loved. ❤