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Hiker Stereotypes Redefined

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Kerry

Hubbardston, MA
United States

Throughout the pandemic I have been privileged to work with United Way and the Worcester Together Fund to bring financial help to the many projects and programs that have been meeting the critical basic needs of our community.

Troy

Worcester, MA
United States

Encouraging creativity and compassion while keeping people safe by creating the Breathe No Evil program.

I'm heartened seeing communities coming together to help others in need during these difficult and strange times.

Kayla

Upton, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Visited my sister at her recovery home and sat to listen to others' stories. We made comparisons to one another's life and talked about personal accomplishments and goals.

Chris

Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I take care of people. I try to laugh, sing, and stay happy which I bring to others I care for.
Why are you participating?: 

I think relating to the positive in people can bring about more positive

Liv

Carver, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Volunteering for Carver Cares - a community based organization to educate and provide services for people with addiction.
Why are you participating?: 

Some labels worry me - others make me proud to belong. The current political climate makes all negative labels (or some that people consider negative) especially damaging and hurtful.

Jasmine

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I volunteered with MASSPIRG in college on different campaigns such as hunger and homeless, 100% clean energy, stop the overuse of antibiotics, save the bees, democracy, textbooks, and zero waste.
Why are you participating?: 

I want to do more to help my community.

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