In celebration of our 13th year in business, this year we organized and encouraged multiple Acts of Kindness throughout the month of November. The events were public in the spirit of giving back to the local community. We also wanted to encourage others to do the same. But more importantly, we wanted to shine a light on the organizations that help make the world a better place. We didn’t have to go far for that –it all happened right here, in Broward County.
“I’m incredibly grateful that our clients and our employees chose to work with us. And to celebrate our lucky 13, instead of throwing a party, we decided to put together 13 not-so-random acts of kindness to show our gratitude and pay it forward,” said Madalina Iordache, CEO of Bright Pink Agency.
Acts of Kindness: Give Where You Live
We kicked off the celebration by bringing coffee and donuts to the dedicated faculty and staff of the Imagine School at Broward Charter School on Monday, December 1. That Friday, we sponsored an ice cream truck for the enjoyment of the First Responders from the City of Coral Springs Police Department and Fire Station #80.
A press conference to announce the relaunch of McGovern Foundation, a drowning prevention awareness nonprofit organization, whose branding and website were redesigned by Bright Pink Agency, was held on Wednesday, November 10 at the Coral Springs Aquatic Complex in cooperation with the City of Coral Springs. Then, on Saturday, November 13, members of the Bright Pink home office and their families met on Deerfield Beach. There, we took part in a beach cleanup outing.
Organized community clothing and canned food drives were the focus of the third week, benefiting Covenant House Florida and Chabad Coral Springs, respectively. We also promoted the importance of blood donations, with team members rolling up their sleeves to donate, as well.
The Bright Pink Agency team closed out the celebratory month with a used book collection. We donated them to the Margate Catherine Young Branch of the Broward County Library. Additionally, we brought another treat of coffee and donuts. This time, the gift was for the doctors, nurses, and staff of Memorial Healthcare System in Hollywood.
Other acts of kindness included small purchases for both strangers and coworkers. We also supported a GoFundMe for a little girl fighting cancer. Finally, we sent Halloween candy to troops defending the country.
Another Way to Be Creative
“This project has turned out to be a great way to stretch our minds creatively as well. Our team worked together on coming up with ideas and different ways to ‘do good’ for our neighbors,” said Bright Pink Agency CEO, Madalina Iordache.