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Jordan

Holden, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I went on a missions trip to Guatemala and gave away food, toys, shoes, clothes, and love to refugee Guatemalan children. I helped paint and build a kitchen for their school and put up a fence to protect the students from danger
Why are you participating?: 

I think this is really cool, great thing to improve life and the world as a whole!

Olivia

Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I help coordinate and create portraits for children around the world who are neglected, orphaned or disadvantaged for the Memory Project. With these portraits brings joy to all the children and happiness so they can treasure a piece of their childhood forever. Everyone is welcomed to join in on creating these portraits and to experience how much it means to them!

Erin

Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Walk 3 miles for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation every year, Donate blood to Red Cross, Volunteer in a baseball league for children with mental and/or physical disabilities.
Why are you participating?: 

I am participating in the No Evil Project because I am proud of who I am and I want everyone else in the world to see me as I do. I also love this project and what it stands for overall.

Melissa

Gardner, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I was a mentor at my high school. A small seniors got matched up with one or two freshman in danger of dropping out. I got paired up with two cousins who didn't take school seriously. As the year went on, I saw progress and by the end of the year after meeting with me one period a day, they were A students and on Principals List for the first time ever.

Megan

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I'm an art teacher, which means that the classroom teachers are responsible for picking up their students from my class. One grade of teachers knows my lunch is right after their class and see that as an invitation to take a few extra minutes because I don't teach a class directly after it. There is one teacher who is always on time. It means a lot to me. Since it is the end of the school year I made sure to write her a nice card explaining how much I appreciated it and how her effort didn't go unnoticed.
Why are you participating?: 

In the TV show Six Feet Under one of the characters says "I think that every once in awhile a person should get what they want, when they want it.

Samantha

Setauket, NY
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I helped at the local Special Olympics last year in my town in order to help give kids with disabilities the same opportunity to partake in the activities that everyone else enjoys.

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