Letters to let people know they are not forgotten
The Rotary Club of Woy Woy is asking for people to write anonymous letters for the club to pass on elderly people or those in difficult circumstances to "let them know they are not forgotten".
"This project is in association with Pacific Link Housing who provide housing solutions and tenant support programs for those in the community who are in the greatest need," said Rotarian Ms Julie Allen.
"They have about 200 mainly elderly clients who they feel would benefit from receiving a cheerful letter.
"The project invites you to write an anonymous, handwritten note to a stranger.
"This is a one-way letter exchange.
"You will not receive a letter in return."
The letters should not contain personal information and should not be dated.
"Be kind and thoughtful and keep sentiments generic.
"Don't assume the person you are writing to is lonely or sick," Ms Allen said.
The letters should be posted to: From Me to You, Rotary Club of Woy Woy Inc, PO Box 175, Woy Woy NSW 2256, so they may be received Tuesday, November 24.
Newsletter, 10 Nov 2020
Joan Redmond, Rotary Woy Woy