Suffolk Says Thanks

Celebrating everyday acts of kindness


Taking the time to thank someone means a lot; often the small, everyday acts of kindness can make the biggest difference to people’s lives.

With COVID-19 changing our way of life in virtually every way, it has never been more important to show that we care and value others. There are lots of easy ways to get involved, thank someone who is important to you and share some joy.

Thank friends, family, neighbours, teachers, co-workers and others in your community, for everyday acts of kindness or support.

Thanking people is also incredibly beneficial to our mental health and addresses two of the ‘Five ways to wellbeing’.

To find out more about the ‘Five Ways to Wellbeing’ hop over to the Healthy Suffolk Website here.

You can also download a handy planner to help you track your Five Ways to Wellbeing.

Your personal Planner graphic
Download your personal planner

How to get involved


Download any of our social media graphics, and send one to the person you want to thank, remembering to use the #SuffolkSaysThanks

Download our lovely ‘Thank You letter’ template – hand write or print a letter, send it in the post or upload it back to our gallery (some messages and letters will be shared with local media)
Print our ‘Suffolk Says Thanks’ poster and display it in your window – next to your NHS rainbow if you have one

Take a picture of yourself holding the poster – upload it on this website or share it with us on social using #SuffolkSaysThanks

download a 'Suffolk Says Thanks' poster

Download and customise a ‘Suffolk Says Thanks‘ poster. Choose a fully designed poster or one to colour in & proudly display in your window.


download social media graphics

Download and customise a ‘Thank you‘ graphic to personalise and upload to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.


download & edit a letter template

Download and customise a ‘Suffolk Says Thanks‘ letter template. There’s a selection to choose from.


Some poster’s we’ve seen

Here are a few of our ‘Thanks’ that have been shared with us by the residents of Suffolk

See some more of these fantastic designs on our gallery page

share on social media

Who do you want to say ‘thank you’ to and why?

Share with us your artwork and photos, we’d love to hear from you!
Share with us on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook.

Use the hashtag #SuffolkSaysThanks to connect with us

A selection of thank you messages will be promoted in partnership with local print and broadcast media with your permission, so always remember to check our consent box when prompted please.

‘Suffolk Says Thanks’ works closely with the Suffolk Resilience Forum and fully supports the #Stick With It Suffolk campaign.

This aims to provide clear, consistent and trustworthy advice on how best to stay safe.