NORWEST COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE: “RANDOM HATS OF KINDNESS”

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(THUNDER BAY, ONT) – Free hats are being placed around the community of Thunder Bay from our NorWest Community Health Centre.

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The campaign is called “Random Hats of Kindness” and their initiative is to encourage people to wear hats on our hot summer days.

Hats are being placed on public benches, and fences in hopes that people that might not have a way of getting their own could use them.

The hats given out were donated to the NorWest Community Health Centre by several different organizations throughout the city such as the Lakehead Bordercats and the Conservatory Authority.

All hats are placed in different public areas throughout the city with a tag that says, “I am not lost! If you need me please take me. Seek shade, drink water and cover up this summer. Have a safe and healthy summer.”

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The NorWest Community Health Centre is hoping to carry on this initiative into the colder months of November to January with hats, mits and scarves.

Photo: Jess Cook/TRCCTB 

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2 Replies to “NORWEST COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE: “RANDOM HATS OF KINDNESS””

  1. this is just littering. Its idiocy at its lowest level, people trying to help other people by making themselves feel important.

    the clothes people just leave everywhere because they think they are “helping” someone else are just eyesores. oh, and don’t forget that moronic knitted “art” hanging on the fence at the marina splash pad.

    So, lets sum that up for all the clowns that cant accept they’re actually just littering…. STOP IT! Keep your junk at home and get rid of it properly. If you want to help people the best way to help is by not helping in the first place.

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