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Here is a collection of the 4603 people who have participated in the project so far. Explore and see the variety of people doing good deeds in their communities. You can also see all the labels, groups of people, photographers, and a world map of where everyone is from!

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Maruka

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I do try to always forward kindness and compassion.
Why are you participating?: 

I like the ideal of being part of something that presents the unseen, it can challenge how others may perceive one and the assumptions made.

Alex

San Francisco, CA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
To take incremental positive steps towards a world that is better than when I arrived and one we can leave to our children with pride. Whether it’s picking up trash from the street on a walk, helping out at the food bank, having a positive perspective, and a kind loving attitude towards others. Or simply smiling and waving enthusiastically as I run by someone on the street with a wild look in my eyes. Here’s a story for you too, once I was stopped at a rest stop and a woman came up to me asking for $5 for a toll, I thought about it and said sure no problem happily giving her the funds- I too knew what it was like to be short on a transportation cost. She took my address and we parted ways, weeks later I received a beautiful card with birds on the front a note of thanks and the $5. She didn’t need to pay me back but she wanted to express her gratitude, and so the cycle continues.. Pay it forward.
Why are you participating?: 

To be the change I want to see in the world, to reach out and grasp a potential positive connection and to contribute to an awesome project!

Ben

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Well I can give this one good deed to you, I was shopping at a local pharmacy when someone came into the building saying good friends was dying outside from an overdose the pharmacist would not give the needed narcan to him because of liability issues after a quick coaxing I was able to convince to give the narcan to me and let me administer it. So with the pharmacist in tow we went out to the parking lot to find his friend blue in the car, quickly then sprayed the mist and about a minute later he had come back to life in the fullest sense of the word a little confused and disgruntled they left just about as quick as they came. In the end the pharmacist had a moment of what I'm not sure but after that his disposition on the situation has seemed to have had changed a bit maybe it was humbling in some way.... I'm still unsure but to me he did seem different.
Why are you participating?: 

Because I feel people need to live and LET live !!

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