FENLAND residents are being called upon to nominate people from their community in a campaign designed to promote random acts of kindness this winter.
The Nissan CARED4 Competition aims to find these often unsung heroes and is calling on residents across the country to nominate people from their town or city who deserve to be recognised for their work.
So, if you know someone who you feel represents the great community spirit in Cambridgeshire, visit www.facebook.com/NissanGB or www.cared4competition.co.uk to find out more and information on how you can nominate them.
The person judged to be the kindest will be presented with a Cared4 Nissan Qashqai car with two runners up landing a relaxing weekend away for two.
The entries will be guest judged by humanitarian David Jamilly, founder of Kindness UK, which aims to promote, share and unite kindness every day of the year.
David said: “Kindness and kind acts – towards people, animals, nature and the environment – are what make the difference between a ‘me society’ and a ‘we community’.
“I am delighted to be a judge for the CARED4 Competition, which encourages mindfulness of the value of kindness and celebrates all the unsung kind heroes who enhance our communities.”
For those kind enough to nominate a fellow Cambridgeshire resident, they could receive their own Random Acts of Kindness that Nissan CARED4 is giving out throughout November.
JS Holmes Wisbech manager Steve Holmes, said: “Cambridgeshire is a great place and we’re happy to be representing this great campaign, which will hopefully see plenty of caring, local residents come forward to nominate someone who deserves to win the Cared4 Nissan Qashqai prize.
“We’ll be celebrating random acts of kindness ourselves with lots of activities going on at the dealership, including free valets drawn at random from people who nominate our regions’ kindest people.”
For more information about how to enter the CARED4 Competition visit facebook.com/NissanGB or www.cared4competition.co.uk