With all the on-line activations from teams to engage fans, this one stood out to me from the Red Wings.
Coloring pages and crosswords certainly are effective, but when teams take the leadership in the community like this I think it is their most powerful role. With health care workers on the front lines its easy to forget the costs and stress on these public servants. A stream of cards and notes from kids will mean a lot and with strong followings teams are in the right place to help organize. Of course this also affirms some civic responsibility from kids.
Great work in Rochester.
TODAY'S TASK: Professor Spikes is asking that kids write a thank you letter to our healthcare workers. He will then compile all the letters and make the local hospitals receive them. ❤️👩⚕️
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— Rochester Red Wings (@RocRedWings) March 26, 2020
Also they have been posting a Feel Good Video of the Day (FGVOD) and they are awesome.
🚨 NEW FEATURE 🚨
FGVOTD (Feel Good Video Of The Day) : we’ll find one video every day from now until forever that is meant to give you a smile or a laugh or just make you feel good! Most will likely have nothing to do with baseball.
— Rochester Red Wings (@RocRedWings) March 25, 2020