No Evil Project - Show that anyone can do good, no matter who they are.

Mother Stereotypes Redefined

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Pamela

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
This was posted on facebook by my daughter... My Mom My Hero. Almost immediately upon setting foot in NYC from across the street we saw a homeless man fall unconscious in the street. He hit the ground flat and appeared to have major trauma to the head. People barley glanced in his direction and cars passed by dangerously close. Of the many people that witnessed, my mom is the only one who stood by him so cars would not get too close and told him when he began to come to that help was on the way. Jillian called 911 and a cop appeared not too much after. I just wonder, if my family hadn't been there, how long he would have been there by himself, bleeding in the street and people just passing by as if he were invisible.
Why are you participating?: 

People need each other...regardless of differences

Taryn

Putnam, CT
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I donate regularly to our local animal shelter and always try to help find homes for animals in need. This summer my daughter and I will volunteer as kitty cuddlers at the shelter. Please consider your local animal rescue league if you are looking to adopt an animal!
Why are you participating?: 

Although we may seem different, inside we really have more similarities than differences. This project showcases that fact. In a world of negative news stories and trashy tv, it's nice to be a part of something with a positive spin.

Aleska

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
As a Case Manager I have been part of a non profit organization helping the homeless in the community. Even though is my job I'm able to go the extra mile and help them to satisfy their needs and achieve some of their goals. Every day I try to do my best to help anyone in need.
Why are you participating?: 

I was invited to be part of this beautiful project and the main reason that motivated me was that we need to raise awareness and educate our communities that we need to stop judging others identity, learn to accept ourselves and accept others for who they are.

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