After the success of last year's event, I'm leading National Good Gestures Day in Liverpool again on May 16th.
I attended the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham with Fixer Sam Thomas to discuss social action and our projects. The event was chaired by Chloe Smith MP and the panel also included Rajay Naik from the Open University.
Our National Good Gestures Day event was held on Bold Street in Liverpool city centre on Saturday 10th May.
Click here to find out more about the National Good Gestures Day 2014.
Our event was amazing! We had all ages interact with us, from babies and little children to elderly people and even teenagers. When I told people I wanted to put a smile on their face - they would light up. I really enjoyed it and I want to do it all again next year!
The public had some really great things to say about the event as well:
'What a lovely thing to do!'
'It's great to see young people making a difference. Inspirational.'
'We should see more positivity like this spread in our communities.'
'This put a smile on my face!'
Scroll down to see photos from the campaign:
Sadie leads a conga line through the streets. Photo courtesy of the Liverpool Echo.
A Fixer gives out high-fives. Photo courtesy of the Liverpool Echo.
Sadie gives out a free hug. Photo courtesy of the Liverpool Echo.
A story about our campaign and event was featured in the Liverpool Echo. Click the image below to view.