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What acts of kindness have you seen in the past couple of weeks?

Life as we know it has been turned on it's head and many of us are struggling with the level of change we're experiencing in this uncertain time.

But with the strength of our community, you're not alone. We can do this!

Together we can help stop the spread of the virus, look after ourselves, care for our neighbours and be kind to one another.

Share a story below about local heroes doing great deeds to help others during these times - please acknowledge any media or image source used.

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What acts of kindness have you seen in the past couple of weeks?

Life as we know it has been turned on it's head and many of us are struggling with the level of change we're experiencing in this uncertain time.

But with the strength of our community, you're not alone. We can do this!

Together we can help stop the spread of the virus, look after ourselves, care for our neighbours and be kind to one another.

Share a story below about local heroes doing great deeds to help others during these times - please acknowledge any media or image source used.

Registration at this site is required to participate. You can do that here.

Community heroes...the kindness of strangers

All around Willoughby City people are supporting one another and demonstrating how they care. 

Do you know someone who is going above and beyond to help neighbours during the Covid-19 Crisis? 

Below you can share your stories, upload an image or video, or comment on other stories.



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    Our Hero Community Volunteers

    about 2 months ago

    Our "At Home With Willoughby" team, who provide in home services including Meals on Wheels, received some beautiful thank you roses today.

    Mr William Wingrove is a Meals on Wheels client. He practises social distancing by placing a basket outside his front door for our volunteers to drop his meals in. Today he was waiting at the front door with a bouquet of home grown roses for our staff and volunteers. It's heart-warming gestures like these that makes it possible to stay positive during these difficult times.

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