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Lodi, CA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
One time, I cannot remember when, I went to Taco Bell to get dinner for the family. While I was waiting for the order, a tall and extraordinarily thin young man entered the establishment and scarfed down a dollar burrito and looked sad afterward. It was apparently because he'd just been kicked out and had not had the stomach to eat until then. I'd decided to order him a larger burrito. He actually cried. I don't know why, but this has stuck with me for the longest time.
Why are you participating?: 

After reading about it, I realized that the No Evil Project is something that I've seen in people for years. It's nice to see that many others have similar ideals.


Boston, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I spend all my free time spreading the beauty of art to people of all ages, especially children. I spend my days making costumes to make people's beloved characters come to life and promote free craft events to the public. I want art to be accessible to everyone at no cost, and to fulfill a child their dream of interacting with their favorite role models, especially those who are ill and are limited by the walls of their hospital bed.
Why are you participating?: 

I am a Biology undergraduate and as a result, I work in the science and research community. But because I am entering such a professional setting, sometimes it is difficult to still be a cosplayer, because most people view them as "weird" or "crazy".


San Jose, CA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
One good thing I did was saving a baby bird. It was abandoned and very far from any place that would contain a nest. I gave it a home and fed it. I cared for it to the best of my ability.
Why are you participating?: 

To make a difference and help make a change in the life of others.


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