Paula's sweet gesture on Anzac Day has won her a Random Pack of Kindness
(Pictured - Julie from Edge Hill Butchery giving Paula her 'Random Pack of Kindness')
This week, we learnt all about the amazing Paula who was nominated by her friend, Kerrie to win a "Random Pack of Kindness" from Edge Hill Butchery.
As Kerrie mentioned in her submission, Paula came up with a simple way to cheer people up in lockdown for Anzac Day.
She said, "Paula made Anzac Lanterns and delivered them all over Cairns at 3 am on Anzac morning. She put them on people's driveways so when they woke up on Anzac morning the lanterns were lit. She also put lanterns on some of the retirement villages, fire stations, ambulance stations, and also to homes that she knew elderly people lived alone. That's why I think she deserves a random pack of kindness."
I totally agree, Kerrie. If you know someone deserving, head over here to nominate them to win a $200 hamper thanks to the Edge Hill Butchery.