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Adopted Stereotypes Redefined

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Zack

Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Everyday, I try to do at least one thing to make someone smile. This ranges from getting my roommate stressing about homework some candy from the grocery store to telling someone on the street how lovely their outfit is to holding the door for 5 people. Sometimes, even the smallest deeds like holding the door surprises people. It’s almost as if people don’t expect others they don’t know to be nice to them. I try to encourage everyone to just be genuine and nice to others, and it will help make this world a better, more loving place. Just start by holding the door.
Why are you participating?: 

People always ask me, “Zack, why are you so nice? Why do you care so much about me?” And it’s always so uncomfortable for me. There’s so much evil in this world, that people are genuinely shocked by my acts of kindness and caring. And it’s literally just who I am.

Toni

West Boylston, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
My life goal is to clear out animal shelters by training shelter dogs to be assistance dogs.
Why are you participating?: 

I am always eager to be apart of projects that will benefit our community.

Maxine

Boston, MA
Estados Unidos
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
My family and I founded a non-profit organization called Debbie's Treasure Chest that provides resources to low income families and foster children in our community.

Meghan

Norwich, CT
Estados Unidos
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I save bugs and spiders even though I think they are gross.
Why are you participating?: 

Everyone is unique, and nobody should make you feel bad for being who you are.

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