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United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I am an animal lover and tend to be that mom that shrugs her shoulders and says ok to her sons when they ask to bring in a new animal. The biggest rescue I had was before my boys. I had moved into a new place and discovered the woman who lived there prior was feeding the local cats. 31 to be exact. Through help from my local rescue, we caught them all and had them neutered. I couldnt accept that the rescue told me they just releases them back in the wild, so I found homes for each and every cat. When you see a stray it probably needs help. It could be someones lost pet or in need of a loving home. Any gesture of help is huge to that innocent animal and will make a great impact in their lives.


Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Last semester I studied in Cape Town, South Africa. While abroad I volunteered for an organization that works with women and children infected with and/or affected by HIV/AIDS. This wonderful opportunity allowed me to work with youth living in Khayelitsha, one of the largest and most impoverished townships in South Africa. Throughout my time with the organization I implemented a program called Art for Action which exposed the youth to various forms of creative expression. Although my experience was challenging at times, the youth truly had a lasting impact on me, and I would like to think that I did the same for them.
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We all know the saying- don't judge a book by it's cover. But this is inevitable. We see someone and automatically make assumptions based on their exterior characteristics that are visible. It is what we do after the fact that matters.


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