Make Someone’s Day campaign renews messages for over-65s about staying safe and help with shopping

People in Birmingham are urged to pick up their phones, tablets and computers to connect with those who are most vulnerable and isolated in the city

Make Someone’s Day, the campaign aimed at reducing social isolation and promoting friendliness has taken on a new and more urgent dimension during the coronavirus pandemic and is now more necessary than ever. The campaign is backed by Ageing Better in Birmingham.

Over recent days the campaign has been circulating new messages encouraging older people to stay safe and to accept offers of help when they are made — especially shopping and other practical support that enables those who should be staying indoors to do so.

→ You can follow the campaign on Twitter and Facebook. #MakeSomeonesDay   #C19SupportBrum

You can download all of the Make Someone’s Day media kits — including the images below — from the Make Someone’s Day website.

→ Download IMAGE #1 below as a full-size poster (PDF).

→ Download IMAGE #2 below as a full-size poster (PDF).

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Birmingham UK. Freelance research, evaluation and policy consultant specialising in social enterprise and the third sector. I maintain the BSSEC blog and website

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