Right now, there could be a grown woman playing a boozy version of Ding Dong Ditch in your neighbourhood and you wouldn't even know it. Instead of martial arts, these Albertan wine ninjas come armed with boozy goodie bags. They're gifting women with free wine as a way to stay connected and it's created quite the sisterhood.\nAll across the province, women are suiting up in ninja costumes armed with bottles of wine. Their mission, according to group cofounder Shannan Stubbert, is to bring a bit of joy back to Albertans.\n"Times are hard right now and people want to uplift each other," wrote Stubbert to Narcity. "The ninjas is a way of saying you're not alone in this and even if you cant see me, you are loved."\nThe all-female Facebook group started between Stubbert and her best friend as a joke, she said. They were talking about how nice it would be if ninjas dropped off goodie bags at people's houses when the idea struck. And on Saturday, May 2, the group was created.\nThe idea was simple; you post your address to the group and a ninja would sneak by and drop off goodies at your door.\nThen you pass it forward by donning your own ninja outfit and gifting someone else in the group.\nView this post on Instagram Got to wine ninja some lucky strangers today! #wineninja #yeg #alberta #covidthings #edmonton #ninja #stealthmode #foryou #foryoupage A post shared by Laura Fowler (@lauraanngrace) on May 11, 2020 at 9:14pm PDT\nNow, just two weeks later, their little group has exploded to over 50,000 members.\nOnly women are allowed to join, Stubbert explained, because it made them all feel more comfortable.\n"It's turned into a real sisterhood," she wrote.\nView this post on Instagram Another successful day as a wine ninja. I cannot express just how much fun this is. Wanna be a wine ninja? Just ask me how. This will leave you with happy feel good feelings and hopefully a silky video. Join us in the fun. #wineninja #payitforward #goodvibes #community #sisterhood #wine #covid_19 #covidisolation #passiton #joinus #edmontonoilers #edmontonliving #edmontonalberta #spreadlove #beauty #friendship #havingfun😄 #gooddeeds #karma #yeg #businesswomen A post shared by Tina Anderson (@beautyinthehotseat) on May 12, 2020 at 8:55pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram Wine ninja time! So fun! #ninja#wineninja#fun#laughs A post shared by Brittney Vaux (@brittalicious32) on May 13, 2020 at 11:55pm PDT\nHowever, she also acknowledges it could be risky for people to share personal information like their address online. "We encourage them to not share too much information," she wrote.\nStubbert told Narcity the group is also looking to help their local small businesses and communities.\nThey offer businesses places to advertise and permission to use their logo — all they ask is to donate 15% of profits to a women's shelter.\nThere’s some ladies in my city that have created a group for the purpose to spread joy in this time by being a “wine ninja” and surprising one another with goodiesToday someone ninjaed me!! I can’t wait to pay it forward and go wine ninja this week too (⊃｡•́‿•̀｡) pic.twitter.com/8K2iLUgX9E— 𝗣𝗶𝘅𝗲𝗹𝗮𝘁𝗲𝗧𝗼𝗿𝗶 🍒 (@PixelateTori) May 17, 2020\nAfter the devastating floods that struck Fort McMurray, Stubbert says they're hoping to spread north to cheer up locals.\n"Our goal is to convoy out there in our best ninja attire to spread some cheer and goodies to a city that needs a little extra love right now."