A number of people could soon be on the receiving end of a random act of kindness as The Channel Islands Co-operative Society takes part in Co-op Fortnight.
The society is encouraging ‘random acts of kindness’ and over the two week period Co-op employees in Jersey and Guernsey will think of a number of ways they can be kind to their communities. The idea is to show that by working together, through co-operation, improvements can be made to communities.
Mark Cox, chief operating officer for The Channel Islands Co-operative Society, said: ‘We are proud to be taking part in Co-op Fortnight again this year to spread the co-operative message across the Channel Islands, and show that when people join forces they can make a real difference to their local community.
‘I am looking forward to seeing what random acts of kindness colleagues come up with. Co-op Fortnight links back to our key message of ‘Belonging is Everything’ which we try to highlight in everything we do, and we hope islanders will join us for these two weeks of co-operation.’
Find out more at https://www.channelislands.coop/