Auburn Community Members Served With Kindness

by | Feb 28, 2022

Sheriff Evangelidis and the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) celebrated Random Acts of Kindness Week in the town of Auburn by distributing hundreds of goodie bags throughout the

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community.

With no set destination in mind, the WCSO distributed hundreds of bags filled with donated snacks throughout the town, from February 15 to February 18, 2022, with the goal of spreading kindness and inspiring goodwill in the communities they serve.

Correctional Officers, Regional Resource Center staff, the Superintendent, and Sheriff joined the Community Outreach Team throughout the week to visit all 56 towns and 4 cities in the county. In total, the Sheriff’s Office distributed more than 3,000 goodie bags.

“As a law enforcement agency, we take pride in creating positive relationships in the communities we serve,” said Sheriff Evangelidis. He continues, “Positive events like this allow the Sheriff’s Office to connect with folks from every part of the county and reinforces the importance of the role we play in ensuring their safety.”

Random Acts of Kindness Week is a global initiative to celebrate kindness and promote the act of paying it forward. The Sheriff’s Office is honored to give back to Worcester County and encourages the participation in random acts of kindness, no matter how big or small, to help make our communities a better, safer place for all.