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Tammy

Worcester, MA
United States

I go outside with my dog Tuffy to enjoy nature in my own back yard. I reached out to an elderly family to see if I could help with anything. I send my nieces and nephews cards in the mail. Now that I'm easing my way back to work little by little, I wear my mask, sanitize my work space before and after work, and use hand sanitizer. #flattenthecurve

I have learned to see my family members more often. I've learned how communities can come together, and unfortunately, how communities fall apart. I've learned there are a lot more that needs to be done.

Drewski

Worcester, MA
United States

My good deed (of the day) was picking up the trash from the sidewalks in my neighborhood. It's my philosophy that our neighborhood is a very good indicator of how we live. As you can see I've incorporated an owl sticker to visually show that, "I give a hoot and I don't pollute"... ;)

Arii

Worcester, MA
Estados Unidos
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Reading to kids who can't read. Donating Christmas Presents To Kids Who Are Less Fortunate .
Why are you participating?: 

Not Everyone Is Evil, We Have Amazing People In This World

Zahra

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Summer internship with Green Hill Neighborhood Association giving people free food.
Why are you participating?: 

Supporting local causes and businesses, plus my identity as a brown, bi, communist, that aims to work for and with the people.

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