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Carol

Salem, MA
United States

Sharing what I can with local mutual aid funds for undocumented residents, who aren't eligible for stimulus checks or unemployment assistance. Take care of your friends and neighbors!

Helen

Dudley, MA
United States

Each day during the epidemic, when I get a coffee at our local coffee drive through, I pay for the persons order behind me. I hope to show compassion and bring light to someone’s day. I’ve noticed it’s always those who are working during this time that get coffee in the morning. So I do it anonymously to bring cheer.

Being a single mom working full time during this epidemic and having to home school, it’s been very challenging. I lost my boss and great friend and couldn’t honor her memory at a funeral. Other families have other adults in the house to talk with or share the hardships or jobs. The work load...more...

Phil

Upton, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I intercept people who are on the path to injury: crossing busy streets, in the gym, in the chorus, in my job....
Why are you participating?: 

I want people to recognize me as someone who is interested in connecting on a variety of levels.

Rachel

MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Every year on my birthday, I ask people to celebrate by doing a random act of kindness, so that my whole community is engaged in making the day better for a fellow human being.
Why are you participating?: 

We are always happy to participate in diverse and creative community projects.

Kelly

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Every year, my barbershop chorus puts on a show to benefit the Westborough food pantry. I also provide peer support in my community at a mental health organization.
Why are you participating?: 

Because it's time to stop putting human beings in boxes, and support each other despite our differences!

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