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While most people were celebrating the holidays at home, Newton County Sheriff Ezell Brown and deputies were out and about in a unique capacity. While patrolling the streets of Newton County, members of the Sheriff’s office were definitely in the spirit of giving.
“Since the deputies will be on duty for Christmas, I would like to give them the ability to feel truly good about the work they do and to give back in the community through our Random Act of Kindness Initiative,” Brown said.
The mission of the Random Act of Kindness Initiative is to bridge the gap between law enforcement and citizens by offering a kind gesture when needed most. Newton County deputies showed the human relations aspect of the job one empathetic act of kindness at a time.
Success stories of the Random Act of Kindness Imitative:
The Random Act of Kindness Initiative was initiated in 2018 and is funded by anonymous private donors who believe in giving back.
This program allows the deputies to assist by meeting some immediate needs of those who are hungry, homeless and/or shivering in the cold. It is the belief of the Newton County Sheriff’s Office that being able to provide a hot meal or makes a difference to those who need it.
To donate to this cause, please send donations to Deputies Who Care-Random Act of Kindness Initiative, 15151 Alcovy Road, Covington, Ga.