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Secret Blue Monday sect gives out £25,0000 of free cash to thousands of complete strangers in London – called GiveMondays

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Blue-MondayBLUE envelopes stuffed with money and witty notes of good karma have been found across London and the South East.

The shadowy benefactors belong to a group called 'Give Mondays' described on an anonymous website says it is simply because 'giving feels good'

Thousands of the blue envelopes have been found across the city of London and the entire south east of England accompanied by handwritten notes of cheer.

Each makes reference to a group called GiveMondays - and includes details of a website.

The grand total of cash given away is estimated to be in excess of £25,000.

But rather than finding a clever marketing ploy or PR stunt, visitors to the site looking for more information are likely to leave just as mystified because the GiveMondays group was set up simply because 'giving feels good'.

The end goal of the GiveMondays group is not yet clear but a message posted on their website reads: “First things first - we want to build a community of givers.

“We think the best way to do this is by encouraging random acts of kindness and will announce some new ones in the coming months.

“Long term we want to offer our community different ways to give each Monday.

“We’ll continue the random acts but also showcase inspirational fundraisers, unsung heroes and local projects that need your help.”

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