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Working Mom Stereotypes Redefined

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Sam

Fitchburg, MA
United States

Will be picking up other people's litter on the roads and parks all Spring with Keep Fitchburg Beautiful. Good workout, fresh air, chatting with friends (behind masks) and doing something good for my city

Been appreciating dog walks during covid...and my dogs gave never been happier

Kerry

Hubbardston, MA
United States

Throughout the pandemic I have been privileged to work with United Way and the Worcester Together Fund to bring financial help to the many projects and programs that have been meeting the critical basic needs of our community.

Julie

Salem, MA
United States

Doing my best to help artists and art organizations to get what they need to survive in the current challenging time and as well as those to come! Loving my family with my entire being and reminding myself of that fact daily - so we all can keep it together for one another! :-)

Bella

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I volunteer yearly for the Worcester World Cup supporting soccer fields for the local youth.
Why are you participating?: 

I was labeled and somewhat insecure due to being called a porch monkey as a child.

Elen

Framingham, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
As one of the first Brazilian immigrants to arrive in Framingham late in the 80s, I've helped many newcomers find a job and other opportunities and needs in my community.
Why are you participating?: 

No label affected me.

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