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Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I volunteer with the LGBT Youth Space in downtown San Jose, and speak on educational panels to help make people with a high degree of influence on youth's lives (such as therapists and teachers) more aware of the LGBT issues to help cultivate a more accepting future generation.


United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Once I went with a group of students from my college to a rural village in Haiti for a week - we helped schoolchildren improve their English, but most importantly the friendships we made demonstrated a mutual respect and love that goes beyond language and culture.
Why are you participating?: 

It's important for people to realize that there's more than meets the eye. I've surprised myself so much lately by simply getting to know people regardless of their background. Appreciating what makes them unique affirms their dignity and also helps me grow as an individual.


Southbridge, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
While its not necessarily a perfect example of a good deed, one of the most amazing and rewarding things to happen in my life was to able to call my self the best friend of Aislen. She had been my best friend ever since 1st grade, and it's hard living in a world without her awesome, smart, lovely, needy and kick-ass personality. Anyone who knew her knows being part of her life was a full time job, and I wouldn't trade a minute of it. I love you AZ


Boston, MA
United States
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I've tried my best to make sure people are not afraid of the word cancer. I want to make people aware that I'm a cancer survivor simply so that people don't get uncomfortable by it anymore. 1 of 4 people run-ins with cancerous diseases.
Why are you participating?: 

2016 has been rough year and has shown us evil can be teased out from unlikely places. Hopefully we can combat that in small ways


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