Kindness heroes: Campaign to recognise those who have gone above and beyond

A global kindness campaign is launched to recognise individuals who have helped those in need and reward them with free room stay. Photo: Pixabay

The pandemic has seen an increase in kind acts and people rallying to help one another, even strangers. Whether it is individuals and communities coming together to help sew personal protective equipment for frontliners during the early stages of the movement control order or helping to support small business owners by buying local or simply donating food and funds for families in need, the pandemic has seen Malaysians reaching out to help those in need.

It is with this in mind that a global kindness campaign called “Remembering Kindness” has recently been launched.

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