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Jennifer

Leicester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I truly don't have one good deed. My Jesuit education and my upbringing taught me to be active in my community and to try to find ways to positively impact society. I have done my best to be a teacher, wife, and mother who demonstrates the importance of community service and the power that a positive outlook can have on all around you. I have tried to teach my children and my students that hard work and determination pay off and that we should always strive to grow. In doing so, I am hoping that my good deed would be empowering younger generations to go out into the world to make a positive impact.

Laura

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I really try to compliment people's shoes, clothes, hair, ideas, etc. You never know when something that simple could make a person's day a little better!
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I'm sort of a homebody/introvert, but I am honestly so happy that, no matter how we see ourselves, or others, that we're getting back to being able to actually *see* each other!

Liv

Fitchburg, MA
United States

During Covid, I spent time volunteering for Get Out the Vote and UU the Vote, fighting voter suppression in Georgia and Texas. I also organized a sock drive benefitting our local homeless shelter for our Cub Scout pack, collecting ~600 pairs, and collected supplies to send 12 large care packages to service members deployed during the pandemic.

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.

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