Soita Mummolle


Soita Mummolle Päivä program revealed

Soita Mummolle Päivä (Call Your Grandma Day) will take place on 11th August 2010.
Even though the name says “mummo”, we are talking about also grandparents or elderly parents!
This day is appointed to sensitize people about seniors’ loneliness and to show in first person a visible sign of committment.

“What can I do to participate?”
Simple, there are many options depending on your level of availability:

1) Join the Soita Mummolle flash-mob in Helsinki (this is the funniest, dn’t miss it!)
Join Soita Mummolle flash-mob in Kamppi, on 11.8.2010, from 16.00 to 18.00 from 16:00 to 17:00! Come to call for free your elderly parents and grandparents to give a public sign of your love, care and committment. Grandparents are also very welcome to call their children and grandchildren: let’s reduce the genration gap! Free calls provided by Sonera.

Search the people with the Soita Mummolle signs and ask them to make you call!

2) Just call your grandparents and invite others to do the same!
Personal action is important! If you cannot join one the flash-mob or you are not in Helsinki, just call your grandparents and then just post the message “olen soittanut!” on Soita Mummolle Facebook page. Before and during Soita Mummolle Päivä tell everybody you know to do the same!

3)Download the Soita Mummolle Sign, take a picture of you with it and post in on Facebook
You can download the Soita Mummolle Sign “Olen soittanut” (and remember to call for real!) from here.
Then print it, take a picture of you showing it and upload it on 11th August 2010 on Soita Mummolle Facebook page and use it also as your profile picture!


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