In 2017 People United launched a ‘be kind’ campaign leading up to World Kindness Day. To light up the UK with ‘be kind’ signs we commissioned the wonderful bag&bones to make ten LED neon signs and asked individuals, groups and organisations to apply to own one of the limited edition signs to display on World […]

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World Kindness Day 2018 | #proudtobekind A year on from the #bekindsigns campaign In 2017 People United gave away ten LED neon ‘be kind’ signs to inspire acts of kindness across the UK and start a #BeKindSigns revolution. People around the world created their own ‘be kind’ artworks and displayed them on World Kindness Day. […]

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Writer, performer and storyteller, Bernadette Russell, a recipient of one of our be kind signs, tells us about the experience of having a be kind sign in her window. On Evelyn Street, Deptford, on the A200 towards Greenwich, stands our ordinary house. Its windowsills are gritty black as if there’s a secret volcano nearby spewing sulphur. We try to […]

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Our Project Assistant Becky Vincer gives ten People United inspired acts of kindness you can do this World Kindness Day. World Kindness Day might inspire you to have the confidence to do something extra special for someone else, but I wonder- can we go further? Here at People United we know that the arts activate […]

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Arts and kindness charity, People United, is giving away ten bespoke LED ‘be kind’ signs to celebrate World Kindness Day on Monday 13 November 2017. The special giveaway is open to anyone who would use the sign to inspire acts of kindness and promote kindness as a way of life. People United is looking to […]

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As part of People United’s 10-year anniversary celebrations, we have commissioned a neon sign for the window of the Sidney Cooper Gallery Canterbury Christ Church University, reminding passers-by to ‘be kind’. People United’s mission is to create a more kind and caring society through the arts. We believe that in order for us to live well together, we […]

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