#KindFlash started as a Facebook group that now has more than 1,200 members. This weekend they are hoping to wholesale scarves serve 55 communities throughout the Greater Cincinnati area. Friday, Saturday and Sunday volunteers will take all the gloves, scarves and hats collected at the dozens of donation sites around the city, put them in Ziploc bags and leave them around outside. They are free for the taking. Last year they served 51 Greater Cincinnati neighborhoods. They found new homes for more than 37 hundred winter gear items. "I think a lot of us have extra things that maybe even clutter our lives that we could be sharing with somebody else less fortunate and I think that by focusing on the things that we have that are bountiful we can share not only those items with others but that feeling of appreciation, said Liz Wu, #KindFlash organizer. Thursday is officially the last day to drop off donations and there are several locations including at Roebling point books and coffee. They will distribute the items starting Friday through Sunday. This is a great opportunity for businesses to do some good. One business, in particular, went above and beyond just collecting donations.