Ten thousand commuters received a free bar of chocolate this morning as part of Kindness Day UK.
The annual celebration, held on November 13, encourages people to perform at least one act of kindness.
Co-founder David Jamilly, the millionaire philanthropist, paid for the kind-heated stunt out of his own pocket. He and a team of other volunteers handed-out the treats at Willesden Green station in London this morning.
David said: “Our primary aim was to spread a little happiness by doing something kind for people. With luck, all of those people who received chocolate bars will have performed a kind act for someone else later that day. Kindness has an unbelievably powerful and positive ripple effect, and it’s something we’re keen to encourage.”
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