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Gloria

Saint Paul, MN
United States

I've continued to be a blood donor throughout the pandemic realizing the there is still the need for blood and that there are others that aren't able or don't feel safe giving during this time.

Ann

Roseville, MN
United States

During this Pandemic I am still working with 3-6 year old students and their parents planting a large garden at the American Indian Montessori school. We have Zoom lessons, wear masks and garden gloves and keep our distance.
This mask was a souvenir from an International women’s conference in 1990. I had it made into a mask to remind myself and other members of PPSEAWA of our commitment to health. We will need to support a vaccination program once that is available.

Be healthy and safe everyone! Wear your masks.

Gail

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I do spiritual companioning at a homeless shop in center.
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I have lived with challenges of major depression for 40+ years. A card carrying crazy.

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