“I ran into a couple who were living outside the Hope Mission, and they remembered me from giving them a t-shirt,” stated McGeown. “Small little things like that mean so much to some people.”
He’ll work with Black Dog Apparel so he can hand out 500 extra shirts this yr, however he needs this initiative to develop. McGeown is trying to native companies and Edmontonians to do no matter they will on Sept. 11. It doesn’t should be something grand, the truth is the very last thing he needs to do is put massive calls for on Edmontonians and native companies.
“We’re all going through things,” stated McGeown. “If anybody may even simply donate a small portion of proceeds that day to a charity or group of their selection. I simply need everybody to do one thing that day. One small gesture is the place it begins. If one enterprise begins selling or doing one thing on Be More Kind Day which may resonate with another person, even a buyer, and it simply snowballs.”