Publicly funded helper crews that go around and help residents with labor-intensive chores around their homes.
Pleasantly surprise people and contribute to their wellbeing.
Make the area a better place to live in.
Random acts of kindness.
Provide jobs to young people.
Provide young people and students minimum wage jobs, funded from the public budget. Put them in crews of 2 or 4 and have them go around residential areas, offering free assistance to anyone in need.
The help teams go door to door, asking residents if they need assistance around the house or if they know someone nearby who needs it more. They cannot be called upon or booked. They randomly find people to help.
A team can dedicate up to a few hours of work to each household they encounter. In cases where the job is too difficult or requires more time, the team consults with a manager. The manager can then:
The crews are polite and kind. Their job is to go around performing labor-intensive good deeds all day, every day.
The helping crews donate half of the tip money they receive to local homeless and animal shelters.