It's In The Bag

The power of the tsunami of kindness is overwhelming

Today we received this message along with this letter.

Hi, my name is Penny and I work at a family violence legal service in Perth. I’ve attached this letter from a young girl who received one of your bags today. We took delivery yesterday of some #itsinthebags from Share the Dignity. Today some of our clients attended a course at our office run by the local women’s refuge. We offered them their choice of bags for Xmas. The young girl who received a bag wanted to pass on her thanks to the family who donated. The attached letter is from her. She has given her permission for you to post it on the Facebook page. She also understands that it may not be possible to pass on the thanks personally to the Harvey family, but hopefully they may see it on the Facebook page. I’d like to personally thank Share the Dignity for enabling our clients to receive a bag – it does make a difference! Regards, Penny

And yes we cried when we read the letter, the power of the tsunami of kindness is overwhelming.

Each and every one of the #itsinthebag donated makes these moments possible and this is why we do what we do. Thank you for changing the lives of women and girls across Australia and thank you in this instance to the Harvey family.

Bianca's letter