❤️️Kids Step Up To Be A Bright Light In Their Community During Coronavirus Isolation

Kids do and say the darndest things, and these acts of kindness show that they do more than just say funny, sarcastic things they may learn from their parents. These youngsters in this article prove that children can sometimes be more action beings than adults, and we love it!


Joyous proof it’s not all bad news: Kindness of volunteer army shines in the dark days of coronavirus isolation

  • Ruby, 12, and Kit Porritt, ten, launched ‘kindness patrol’ in Woodbridge, Suffolk
  • Seven-year-old Jimmy-Dean Hudson bought toilet rolls with his pocket money
  • He then delivered them to elderly residents near his home in Westcliff, Essex
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Big-hearted Britain defied the coronavirus chaos this week with acts of kindness that revealed the nation’s extraordinary strength of spirit.

From neighbours offering to help with shopping to pubs delivering beer and free meals, the country has shown its best, despite the fear and anxiety triggered by the outbreak.

Ruby Porritt, who is 12, and her brother Kit, ten, launched a ‘kindness patrol’ to check on elderly and vulnerable neighbours in Woodbridge, Suffolk.

Ruby Porritt, who is 12, and her brother Kit, ten, launched a ‘kindness patrol’ to check on elderly and vulnerable neighbours in Woodbridge, Suffolk

Ruby Porritt, who is 12, and her brother Kit, ten, launched a ‘kindness patrol’ to check on elderly and vulnerable neighbours in Woodbridge, Suffolk

The caring siblings put up posters and distributed leaflets asking ‘Do you need our help?’ and offering to do shopping, walk dogs or send letters and drawings to cheer up anyone forced to self-isolate.

Their proud mother Ellen said the pair had been worried after seeing reports about panic buying, and feared their elderly neighbours might be left with nothing. She said: ‘It’s grown into something really special. I’m very proud of them. This is a time for communities to support each other.’

Jessica Bennett,16, visited elderly residents in Ely, Cambridgeshire, to offer them essential groceries including milk, bread and toilet rolls

Jessica Bennett,16, visited elderly residents in Ely, Cambridgeshire, to offer them essential groceries including milk, bread and toilet rolls

Seven-year-old Jimmy-Dean Hudson was also horrified by stock-pilers who stripped supermarket shelves of toilet rolls. After spotting some in a local store, he spent his pocket money to buy about 70 rolls and delivered them to elderly residents near his home in Westcliff, Essex. He has told his mother Tracy he wants to use his next pocket money to buy drinks and snacks for paramedics.

And teenager Jessica Bennett joined the kindness crusade. The 16-year-old schoolgirl visited elderly residents in Ely, Cambridgeshire, to offer them essential groceries including milk, bread and toilet rolls.

Meanwhile Gracie Muddiman has been sent sacks full of birthday cards from well-wishers after her family was forced to cancel her fourth birthday party because of the outbreak.

Gracie has a life-threatening condition, hereditary angioedema, which puts her at extra risk from the infection, so mother Kathryn Buffin had to cancel her party at a farm park planned for tomorrow. Kathryn, from Bream, Gloucestershire, asked social media users to send birthday cards to cheer up Gracie, and said she had been ‘overwhelmed’ by the response.

Gracie Muddiman (right with her brother Charlie) has been sent sacks full of birthday cards from well-wishers after her family was forced to cancel her fourth birthday party because of the outbreak

Gracie Muddiman (right with her brother Charlie) has been sent sacks full of birthday cards from well-wishers after her family was forced to cancel her fourth birthday party because of the outbreak

Seven-year-old Jimmy-Dean Hudson spent his pocket money to buy about 70 toilet rolls and delivered them to elderly residents near his home in Westcliff, Essex

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