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Iran Keeps Their Homeless Warm With ‘Walls of Kindness’

Friday Dec 25, 2015 6:01 AM

Photo: Instagram/yegsz

Random “walls of kindness” have been popping up in different cities in Iran.

What are walls of kindness?

Well, they’re really just random walls where people hang coats and warm clothes for homeless people to use during the cold winter. According to the BBC, these walls also have the words “if you don’t need it, leave it. If you need it, take it” written next to it.

The concept is so simple anyone can easily set up their own “wall of kindness” in their own city.

With more than 100 million homeless people in the world, we should all take a page out of Iran’s book and start doing something to help.


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