Thank You Day

Record Breaking Participation on Thank You Day 2022


Thank You Day took place on Sunday 5th June 2022, on the last day of the Jubilee celebrations. A record breaking 17.3 million people took part across the Jubilee weekend, including 8.7million attending Thank You Day events – smashing last year’s 2 million figure!

It was incredible to see so many people across UK get together and celebrate each other, from Big Jubilee Lunches, football matches and community sing-a-longs! Thank You to everyone of you that organised or attended and to the wonderful organisations that led the way to connect communities across the UK. 


Did you take part in Thank You Day?

If you did then please take a few minutes to fill in the online survey here.  Your time and feedback will help us to make next year bigger and better! 


We are on a mission to use gratitude and saying ‘thank you’ to connect communities, help build a narrative of kindness and celebrate the organisations and individuals that enrich our communities. A national day dedicated to this will ensure that ‘thank you’ becomes part of our DNA!

Thank You Day Impact 


8.7 million people taking part in Thank You Day shows the power of gratitude, providing communities with the opportunity to connect and show kindness towards one another. But this is more than that. Thank You Day helped to bridge divides, it was an inclusive day built for everyone and acted as a stimulant for year round participation in our communities.


ICM polling for Thank YouDay conducted on 2,018 adults across the UK, suggests the impact of Thank You Day was significant and key findings in the infographics below show the impact the day had.


Thank You Day Challenge 


We want Thank You Day and the key message of showing gratitude to connect with each other and help build kindness to be something we all commit to throughout the year. Let’s continue  to reach out to each other, thank those in our lives and in our communities. Roll on Thank You Day 2023!


Thank You Day Media
Thank You Day in images

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