|August 28, 2019||0|
Stationery company, Staedtler, has been painting the town red – and yellow and green, orange and blue – as part of its notes of kindness campaign.
Thousands of feel-good messages written on coloured sticky notes appeared at a Birmingham skate park, covering skate ramps as well as the climbing walls in uplifting words of kindness.
Visitors to the Creation Skate Park in Moseley were given the opportunity to write their own ‘Note of Kindness’. They made up a collection, but they could also pass one along to someone in need of a pick-me-up.
Staedtler’s campaign seeks out young people with the idea to use the power of its iconic yellow-and-black ‘Noris’ pencil for good. This is just in time for the lead-up to Back-to-School.
Supporting the cause is anti-bullying charity, Kidscape, which offers practical support as well as advice to families across the UK. STAEDTLER is calling on people to donate £1 to Kidscape for every Note of Kindness shared.