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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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Ehsan

Tehran
Iran
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Believing in Zoroastrianism philosophy; the good deed we did was, tried to lower the cost of our marriage party and instead support a needy family financially. Our marriage party was almost three years ago and we are still supporting this family on monthly basis and hope we can continue this as we believe it effects our life in a good way.
Why are you participating?: 

We are from Persia (Iran), the main religion of Persia's people before Islam has been Zoroastrianism. Zoroastrianism is a religion and philosophy based on the teachings of Prophet Zoroaster and was formerly among the world\'s largest religions.

Midge

Marlborough, MA
United States
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My photos include my good deed, which was truly a good deed for some future musician AND a gift to me at the same time. It is nice when the good feeling is from giving and receiving in the process. An older friend was about to throw this violin away when I asked to have it looked at...turned out to be a very fine instrument, which he then gave to me. Now it lives on with me and I will pass it forward to a real musician some day. Somehow I know there is a message here. Agnostic maybe; hopeful definitely!

Allison

Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I guess I try to do small 'good deeds' all the time. I feel that the little things always count. Something as small as holding a door for someone or smiling at them can make their day. One time when I hadn't thought much of it I was at Walmart in a small town in Vermont and there was a person behind me who only had one of those Campbell handshake soups and a drink and I let them go ahead of me. Little did I know they were late for class less than a block a way and they were quite appreciative. She and I had a small conversation and I really liked her earrings, she ended up telling me that she made them and was unsure of them. She then gave them to me as a thank you even though I told her she didn't need to.
Why are you participating?: 

As for my labels of choice I feel that those are reasons people may talk about me. I currently work for a non-profit organization where I am able to use all of these labels in my work. I am a peer support worker/peer outreach counselor.

Nancy

Jamaica Plain, MA
United States
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Some good deeds are little things you do without even thinking about it; taking my elderly neighbors donations to Boomerangs or helping my nephew with his homework. Last year I decided to actually put some effort into doing a good deed and joined CCFA's Team Challenge

Tammy

Worcester, MA
United States
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My most memorable good deed goes back to when I was in high school. I found a wallet full of money and credit cards on the street. I walked to the address stated on the license, and returned the wallet. Good deeds make your heart feel full. I continue to perform good deeds not only to make myself feel warm and fuzzy, but more importantly, to make the other person feel warm and fuzzy. Put positive energy into the universe. That's what it is all about...

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