Love Your Streets ~ #Do1NiceThing - the campaign to encourage each and every one of us to do just that - #Do1NiceThing - each and every day!
We can all Love Your Streets - taking responsibility for our community, bringing colour to the world around you, praying for your neighbourhood, caring for your neighbours, picking up litter, becoming a nicer driver, saying thank you, engaging in conversation with the shop-keeper not your mobile phone! Maybe its getting involved in organised stuff - Neighbourhood Watch, Street Angels, feeding the homeless... Maybe its shopping locally or buying Fairtrade... It's not a movement or anything weird - its good old fashioned community spirit!
This web site is going to help you do just that! From the small to the massive it will give you ideas on how you can love your streets and #Do1NiceThing! It doesn't matter if you live in a town, city, village or country hamlet - if you go near a street or other people then this concept is for you. Spread some love, spread some hope, spread a smile, spread some random acts of kindness - help make our world an even better place to be!!!!
Connect with Love Your Streets on Twitter - use #Do1NiceThing as a way of encouraging others to carry out niceness!
Love Your Streets is also on Facebook.com/LoveYourStreets
Love Your Streets is a project of Street Angels - Christian Nightlife Initiatives, winner of Big Society Award
Forget #neknominate, join the new trend #do1nicething - challenge someone within 48 hours do one nice thing for someone else, tweet/post about it and then challenge two others.....
#Do1NiceThing: Engage in conversation with those who serve you / call in on an elderly neighbour / smile at people / spread the niceness on Facebook and Twitter / look at joining or setting up a Neighbourhood Watch scheme / give away a book you think is worth reading / discover a new tourist attraction in your local area / be a nicer driver / shop locally / create a wildlife garden or window box / buy Fairtrade / say thank you to someone as they work and say how much you appreciate them / walk round your neighbourhood and pick up litter / take some items to a charity shop / spot ways of helping people and do it / take some chocolates into work to bless your colleagues / write a letter to an emergency service to thank them for what they do / #Do1NiceThing #OthersRWorthIt