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Crazy Cat Lady Stereotypes Redefined

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Sefanie

Blackstone, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I was in Providence, RI and a homeless girl was asking for food and people were ignoring her. I bought her a pizza and she cried because no one else would help her.
Why are you participating?: 

We are trying to build a sense of community in the high school and the two towns we serve

Kalyn

Galt, CA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
There was a little girl who has lost her toy in the mall, and got lost from her parents when she tried to look for it by herself. I found her and walked around the mall with security to find them. We couldn't find them, so we went to the toy store to pick out a new toy while security tried to locate her parents. They found them, and they were thankful that we had kept her company so she wouldn't be scared.
Why are you participating?: 

People are always afraid of labels and who they are, so my hope is that by doing this, people will feel more safe and comfortable coming out and embracing who they are.

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