Connecting with other people has never been more important for our wellbeing. During lockdown, when we can’t physically be with our friends and neighbours, we must find different ways of doing this.
A new campaign for Warwickshire is being launched called ‘Show you Care’ and we would love you to be part of it and share it with our communities. We are encouraging everyone to display a picture of a heart in their window, or share it on social media, as a tangible sign that they are thinking of others in the pandemic.
Displaying or sharing a heart can mean many things, but could include:
- I care about our key workers
- I care about my neighbours
- I care about my grandparents who I haven’t been able to see
- I care about missing my school friends and teachers.
What can you do?
Share the attached templates below with your friends, family, community groups etc.
Ask them to colour or decorate their hearts.
Encourage them to take photos of them and send these into either the Warwickshire Libraries or Warwickshire Fire Service social media accounts so that they can be shared further, and share them on their own social media accounts, possibly with their story of who they are especially thinking about
Encourage them to display their coloured hearts in a prominent place e.g. in their window
More heart templates are available on our Facebook page.