Share an act of kindness for the chance to win an Amazon voucher

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June 11, 2018

Share an act of kindness for the chance to win an Amazon voucherImage by Oksana Mizina / Shutterstock, Inc

A small act of kindness can create a ripple that changes somebody’s life. In 2016, we ran an Amazon Voucher giveaway, asking you to share the small acts of kindness that you performed or observed in your daily life. And now, our #DailyRipples giveaway is back!

We’re giving away 10 x Amazon vouchers, worth £20 each. The giveaway starts today, and runs for two weeks. At the end of the two weeks, we’ll select 10 winners. If that includes you, then you’ll get a £20 Amazon voucher to spend on anything you like!

Entering is easy.

How to enter #DailyRipples giveaway

You can share your act of kindness via Facebook or Twitter, using the hashtag #DailyRipples.

  • Using the Gleam app below, you can share your act of kindness via Facebook or Twitter, using the hashtag #DailyRipples.
  • Enter on Facebook by posting directly to our company page here.
  • Enter on Twitter by tagging us @PeopleHRMS.

Tell your story however you like – write it, snap it, film it. Don’t forget to use the #DailyRipples hashtag.

Last entries 24th June, prize draw will take place 25th June.

Entries from last time

Here are some great examples of entries from the last time we ran this giveaway:

  • “I ran after a guy at the supermarket to return the £30 he dropped I think he thought I was a mad woman at 1st” (view Tweet)
  • “I bought my work mate a chocolate bar from vending machine as her blood sugar was low and I had no money” (view Tweet)
  • “Today I went into my granny’s attic to get her Christmas decorations down then I put them up for her!” (view Tweet)

Good luck!

#DailyRipples giveaway

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