It’s the end of another month already and time for another burst of inspirational sharing for my contribution to the the #WATWB – We are the World Blogest, where several writers have joined in to share an inspirational post to reflect on some of the good things being done in the world.
Today I’m sharing a wonderful project I came across where bright orange signs of kindness are sprouting up in America. The project began in Raleigh, North Carolina when the local news caught wind of it, the story was covered, giving it much deserved attention. The idea is to purchase a sign with a donation that can be placed on your lawn or windows to remind people about kindness, despite their opinions on politics or religion.
” Signs for Good is a new project aiming to plant these orange signs in yards or windows around the country. That simple message — Do Good, Be Kind, Change the World — reminds people that there are some things we can all agree on, even in a time where finding common ground can be difficult. It’s a message that can resonate with folks of any religion or political affiliation; from any walk of life.” Please visit the whole article HERE
You can click on This Link – Sign for Good to find out how to get yours with an $8 donation. “Proceeds from Signs for Good donations support Activate Good’s mission to activate volunteers to help charitable causes in our local community.”
Your hosts this month for the #WATWB are Eric Lahti, Inderpreet Uppal, Shilpa Garg, Sylvia Stein,and Peter Nena . You can join in this effort by sharing a post about something good going on in the world you’ve come across and adding the link to your post HERE.