We campaign to promote love, care and respect for neighbours. Our definition of a neighbour is ‘a person who lives with us or nearby permanently and one who shares public places with us, a colleague at work, a classmate, a playmate, a housemate, a team member, and a person travelling on the same bus, train, vehicle, plane, ship etc. The people who live with us or around us are our permanent and the rest are our temporary neighbours.
The outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) has a devastating impact on people, households, communities, businesses, institutions, and the countries. We cannot thank enough all the key and frontline workers who served us during the pandemic. We owe heartfelt thanks to doctors, nurses, paramedics, army, police, teachers, and volunteers for their wholehearted support and kind services to mankind. A person among our permanent and temporary neighbours could be one of those or related to one of those who served us or humans like us tirelessly and sincerely during the unprecedented times. The best way of thanking them is to show love, care, and respect for them.
We believe that in-person campaigning is the most effective way of raising awareness of love, care, and respect for neighbours. We have named it ‘Thankful Campaign’. Another purpose of this campaign is to defeat all types of discrimination, prejudice, harassment, assault and verbal, physical and racial abuse by showing love, care, and respect to the known and unknown people around us.
We ask your kindness in donation not the money. You can download our Thankful Campaign flyer in your native language from our website and make copies of it or get it printed. We appeal you to display this flyer in a prominent place in order that it may readily be seen. We also request you to distribute it to your permanent and temporary neighbours. We adopt, practice and promote behaviour of a good neighbour and urge others to do the same.