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Grand Haven, MI
Estados Unidos
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I worked with the Children's Advocacy Center of Holland, MI to create a staff vs. student basketball game at my high school. This event was to raise awareness for the center as well as funds to help them continue their mission.


Worcester, MA
United States
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One day, on the WRTA, the ticket system was down and so the driver had to fidget with it to get certain passes out. A man needed an all day pass and the driver was still trying to get it to print when the man got up to get off the bus. Instead of holding up the bus, I gave the man my all day pass. The man and driver both expressed their thanks and the man left. Before I got off the bus, the driver gave me the all day pass that would've been the strangers to replace the one that I had given him and also gave me 4 single ride passes. While waiting at the bus station for another bus I decided that I would use those 4 passes to pay for other peoples bus fare that day. When I got on my bus I told the bus driver that the next 4 people in line had rides on me and put in my single ride passes.
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I am participating in this cause because I believe that seeing, hearing and speaking of only good things can have a positive impact on the community and will over time, lessen the evil around us.


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Worked (trying to) on HeForShe campaign to support gender equality, trying to raise awareness about women issues and how men can get involved in these issues. Trying to promote change.
Why are you participating?: 

Because one small thing can make a huge difference.


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