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Humanitarian Stereotypes Redefined

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Joanna

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I organized a book drive for a local refugee assistance organization with the goal of promoting literacy. We raised more than $1,500 for educational books to give to Worcester's refugee children. We held a party for them at Worcester Public Library, which also gave them the opportunity to sign up for library cards. It was amazing to see the smiles on the children's faces when they received their book bundles.
Why are you participating?: 

I've always been intrigued by this project, and I feel very strongly that infusing our world with positivity and optimism is the best way to foster lasting, meaningful change.

Dorrie

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I run a non profit called central ma kibble kitchen inc., I deliver pet food weekly out of the back of my vehicle to people that are struggling to feed their pets. I am always at the Mustard Seed at 93 Pedimont Street on Wed., between 4-5 pm, I have a physical location at the WARL located at 139 Holden St., in Worcester. Pets are my passion. I also deliver clothes, sleeping bags, and personal care items to the people that visit the Mustard Seed on a weekly basis. I feed and take care of several feral cats in my neighborhood, I set up winter boxes for them and make sure they are fed and healthy. I am always looking for good quality used clothing (seasonal) and items to help people and pets in need.
Why are you participating?: 

interesting project and Nora told me I should!!! LOL

Marcy

Southbridge, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Every day I sit with those at the ends of their lives due to being a hospice worker. On my best days, I love bringing smiles, laughter and hugs to those who have dementia, or Alzheimer's. It warms my heart and theirs.
Why are you participating?: 

By craft, I am a Pastor and Spiritual Director. I feel that Christians are also labeled, although I can truly understand why.

William

Mendota Heights, MN
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
After speaking with hungry people while traveling, I returned to the United States and started volunteering in local food shelves. A mentor encouraged me to start Harvest Pack. Since 2012 we have packaged million of meals and donated them locally and internationally. We provide an opportunity for schools, religious organizations and businesses to volunteer and package nutritious meals.
Why are you participating?: 

People need to be the change they want to see in the world. Many good deeds will go undone unless you do them. I see a lot of good in making people aware of the good they posses. The No Evil Project exemplifies the direction people should be moving in the world.

Lesbia

Wortown, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Advocate for my son with Autism, special need specially in schools systems so they can get services and accommodations in classroom and have a good education with tools to help them!!
Why are you participating?: 

I am participaying because want to create awareness about Autism, ADHD, mood disorders acceptance and understanding.

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