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Here is a collection of the 4124 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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Tegan

Ocean Gate, NJ
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I spend countless hours volunteering at the Children Specialized Hospital and have planned/participated in many projects and fundraisers that go to helping the children in care. Whether you know it or not the hospital will never turn away a patient because of lack of funds, and I am happy to say that I have had a hand in helping those kids by not only raising money but by putting a smile on their faces. It is a organization that is near and dear to my heart.
Why are you participating?: 

I am participating in the No Evil Project because we have all been judged on throughout our lives. I am more than the athlete, I am the intellect. I am more than Polish, but Irish and Italian as well. I am short, but don't under estimate me. We are more than what you see.

Vin

Staten Island, NY
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I am usually a very upbeat person. I am always looking to help people out and will do anything for my friends. I'm always looking to cheer someone up and put a smile on somebody's face. I've done Relay for Life for 3 years here at QU and am now a Co-Chair for the Registration and Finance Department. Cancer is a subject that hits home with me so am I always looking to participate and donate to foundations fighting against cancer.

Leann

Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I've been a Girl Scout since I was five, and it helped shape who I am today. So, when a group of first graders wanted to start a troop and couldn't find a leader, my mom, sister, and I decided to form a Girl Scout troop for these girls. We were their leaders for 5 years, until I graduated high school. In that time, I watched my little first graders grow into thoughtful and caring girls, and was able to provide a positive role model for them. Oftentimes, there is a stigma that comes with being a Girl Scout, and I wanted to show them that it doesn't matter how others view you, as long as you are doing something you love.

Cristina

Smithtown, NY
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I'm a big believer in everything happens for a reason. Happy people make me happy. I make it my goal everyday to put a smile on whoever is around me. The best medicine for any issue is just to have a laugh or even just put a smile on. I figure it can work for those around me, too. I try and get involved with as much as possible, especially with volunteering. I'll always love going to the animal shelter and walking all the dogs with my best friend. I love volunteering at events at my school as well.

Lauren

NJ
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I volunteered at Rocking Horse Rehab, a pediatric rehabilitation and family wellness center focused on equine assisted therapies known as Hippotherapy. There, I assisted with various approaches to rehabilitation, celebrated progress and reevaluated relapses, treating children with a wide range of medical conditions. One of the greatest joys in working with these children with special needs was observing the progress the horses could engender. Each relationship between child and horse is unique and acts as an impetus for success, motivating the child to work hard to achieve his goals. My time spent in this therapeutic environment was integral in further identifying my passion to help others.

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