Creature closes early to 'do good' after Trump win

Creature of London is closing at 4.30pm today after the result of the US election in which Donald Trump was announced the new president.

The agency is encouraging staff to do good after Trump was elected US president
The agency is encouraging staff to do good after Trump was elected US president

The independent agency posted its response on Facebook and is encouraging staff to leave work an hour early to "do some good".

The post said: "Well. What a day. In a world where kindness and tolerance feel slightly lacking at the moment, we're going to try to do a little bit to redress the balance.

It recommends donating money to a charity, giving food to a food bank or calling parents and grandparents.

The post added: "It's not a lot, but we're feeling as helpless as the rest of you at the moment, and we want to be able to look back on today as a day when we did our bit to make a pretty battered world feel a little kinder. We want to leave today better than we found it.

"Why not join us? 4.30 today – shut your doors, close your laptop, and take an hour to do some good. The world might thank you for it.

"#hourtodogood #CreatureKindness"

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