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Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I run a mobile food pantry with my family in the city of Worcester. We outreach to areas with food deserts, people that are homebound and the homeless population.
Why are you participating?: 

I am participating because I have never done this project and seems cool.


Sacramento, CA
United States

I very frequently drive through downtown Sacramento and give out food and water to those in need! It brings me an indescribable amount of joy to help people.

Our journey as individuals are like no other. Which makes it very difficult to label somebody without knowing all the details of their life. With that being said... labeling can cause people to make assumptions and advise things that are not applicable to your journey.


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.


Fitchburg, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I engage with my community to do projects that improve life in the City of Fitchburg, most recently as the Chairman of the Fitchburg Cultural Council. You'll find me regularly volunteering at events & festivals, neighborhood clean-ups, Holiday Decorating Committee, Friends of Fitchburg Dogs & Dog Park, Fitchburg Farmer's Market and many more. I also use my time and talents to mentor and coach artists, individuals and businesses to be successful and connect people and groups together for a common cause.
Why are you participating?: 

I support programs that showcase the diversity of the community. Arts and culture are anchors that pull diverse groups of people together. More projects like these need to happen more frequently to tear down the walls of discrimination and misunderstanding.


Closter, NJ
Estados Unidos
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
My good deed is upholding the image of the black man in America. Everyday African American men and women are depicted as animalistic or less than other races, incapable of helping ourselves, often complaining rarely taking action. My good deed is being the best version of myself I can be, to show my brothers and sisters that WE are capable of so much more than we’re credited for. To show my brothers and sisters that all we’ll ever needed is a chance.


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