Hello Kitty is hitting Cape Town!
The global One Kind Thing campaign launches in South Africa.

Hello Kitty fans all over the worlds have been contributing to various random acts of kindness. 

The recent One Kind Thing campaign has been introduced to Cape Town to encourage South Africa's youth to do carry out good deeds for others. Nice, isn't it?

Read more: Are your kids kind?

Since the launch of the campaign, the social media page has rocketed with over 22 000 Facebook followers. 

Schools and shopping centres around South Africa are expecting to be visited by the campaign's ambassador, Hello Kitty, where children will be able to interact and participate in Hello Kitty's kindness journey. 

Those wanting to get involved can also visit the Cape Gate shopping mall in November and early December where kids will be able to clip a 'kindness leaf' to Hello Kitty's Kindness Tree. Each leaf will represent a child's thought or interpretation of kindness. 

20 jobs were created in decorating the hand-crafted kindness tree.

Visit Cape Gate between 19 November and 7 December to pin your act of kindness onto the kindness tree, which will then form part of a Kindness Forest. If you visit between 10am and 4pm on a Saturday or Sunday kids will get to meet Hello Kitty too.

Visit Cape Gate on the following dates:

19 – 22 Nov: Ster Kinekor Area

23 – 30 Nov: Bridge Court

1 – 7 Dec: PUMA Court

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