Help connect with our vulnerable community members who may need help and don't know where to turn.

  There may be as man as 20% of our local community who are vulnerable to covid-19

Many of them may not be well connected (or are new) to the community, may not have family near by and may not be tech-savvy, or if they are, it's only to email family and friends - so are missing the updates and ways they can get help.

While the City, Province and Federal Governments are doing their part, sometimes the most vital assistance has to be in-community - Neighbour to Neighbour.

Along with many other great ideas, the idea of a postcard/door hanger you can leave on your Neighbours door, in their mailbox or on their front step, provides a way for you to connect, without requiring a face to face discussion - which is key with covid19.

So in the spirit of creative swiping, we've created our own version of

ViralKindness.pdf

Referenced by a number of particles, including:

Coronavirus: campaign launched offering help to those self-isolating

We've created a Microsoft Word editable file format, which provides 4 per sheet door hangers/post cards per 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper, which you can cut into individual notes and either punch them with a hole punch and use a rubber band as a door hanger, as a hand out or as a postcard wedged under the door, into the door jamb or in the mail box

Files for download:

Microsoft Word:

The file can be edited, including adding your name, address, phone number (can add your email). Note we have given the recipient an alternate option of signing up with the KanataNorth.ca volunteer/I need help registration page directly by email (with the help of their friends) or an email to the KBCA at our info@ email

 

The ideal paper would be business card stock thickness, but thicker paper or even "what ever you have" computer paper will do. A standard leather hole punch or 3 hole paper punch also works well. A rubber band looped through the hole makes a simple door hanger.