Share Redland Coast Kindness Instead
Redlands Coast is our home and we are renowned for our community spirit.
While there’s a lot we can’t share at the moment, one thing we can share is kindness.
Now is an opportunity to reach out to family, friends and neighbours online, on the phone or with a simple wave.
Council is harnessing our strong community spirit by encouraging all locals and local businesses to stay connected through a “Share Redlands Coast Kindness Instead” campaign.
Join us and Share Redlands Coast Kindness instead.
Tune into our local radio station, Bay FM (100.3FM), for regular doses of #RCKindness messages relating to our city and Council services.
Also, keep an eye on local newspaper, Redland City Bulletin, to follow our local kindness stories.
Share your local kindness using the hashtag #RCKindness
Submit your kindness stories so we can share the joy. Email stories and photos to firstname.lastname@example.org
Times are tough for our local businesses. Please do everything you can to support local small businesses first.
Free resource kits for business
Council is providing a free COVID-19 resource kit to local businesses to assist with social distancing and health messages in their stores. The kit can be downloaded online.
Keeping things kind with a bit of distance
Let’s use technology and innovate the way we stay connected. Council can help older residents to learn how to use technology to stay connected. Learn more
We can be social online
- Use your social media to share positivity during this time and reach out to those in need.
- Facetime and have some fun with the filters to keep each other laughing
- Set-up an online party with friends and family
- Download a messaging app to connect multiple people together at once
- Join a virtual or online group
Online activities for kids
Searching for ways to keep the kids entertained? Council has put together a heap of online events and resources to help support you and keep the kids entertained. Learn more
Follow advice to stay safe