- Leicester City in the Community hold array of World Kindness Day events to bring people together
- Foxes legend Matt Elliott joined a virtual Zoom call with older participants
- PL Primary Stars partner schools are creating kindness cards and mindful colouring
- LCitC’s focus is to be kind to yourself as much as you are to others
Leicester City in the Community – Leicester City’s official charitable arm – have used means available to deliver kind gestures to young and old participants, as Foxes legend Matt Elliott joined a number of Walk and Talk and Walking Football participants for over an hour via Zoom.
Talking about how to cope with what is going on in the world, as well as Leicester City past and present – as well as some hearing golden stories from Elliott – participants were able to ask questions and be involved in free-flowing discussions.
You can see more of the conversation here.
Walk and Talk participants are identified at risk of Alzheimer’s/dementia, while Walking Football participants are over 50 years-old.
Meanwhile, primary schools across Leicestershire have been taking part in self-kindness.
Key Stage 1 classes at LCitC’s PL Primary Stars partner school in Leicestershire have been taking part in mindful colouring as a way to help pupils remain calm during this unprecedented year.
In Key Stage 2, students are creating kindness cards to send to loved ones to brighten up their day, all of which is preceded by workshops on what kindness is and how we can be kind to others.
Leicester City in the Community actively encourages you to be kind for World Kindness Day, especially in these unprecedented times.
For more on World Kindness Day and what you can do to be kind to others, click here.
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