WEEKLY WRAP UP!
January 15, 2009
Highlights from this week’s good deeds:
Steph has continued to receive donations for her upcoming marathon! Not to mention, warm and inspiring emails as well. She leaves on Friday to run a marathon in support of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. The race is this Sunday, January 18th, in Arizona.
It’s still not too late to donate:
or send an encouraging email:
Thanks to those of you who voted on my conflict if being a good friend = a good deed. The majority voted that you can be a good friend and do a good deed simultaneously. Thanks for your input!
So a few of you have let me know that you have signed up for daily reminders to click and help feed the hungry, give free mamograms, help a child in need get healthcare, help a child in need attain literacy, help protect the rainforest, and help feed rescued animals. Good for you!! Now for those of you who haven’t clicked on these sites yet… well I don’t want to wag my finger at you, but I’m wagging my finger at you! This is the easiest, simpliest, good deed you can do that’ll cost you diddly. Jump on the kindness train people. It doesn’t get any easier than this!
To give the value of 1.1 cups of food to the HUNGRY everytime you click: www.thehungersite.com
To help a woman in need get a FREE MAMOGRAM everytime you click: www.thebreastcancersite.com
To help a child in need get HEALTHCARE everytime you click: www.thechildhealthsite.com
To help a child in need attain LITERACY by getting free books everytime you click: www.theliteracysite.com
To help protect 11.4 square feet of RAINFOREST everytime you click:www.therainforestsite.com
To help give the value of .6 bowls of food to RESCUED ANIMALS everytime you click: www.theanimalrescuesite.com
Frank Voci, the founder of the non-profit organization, White Knot.org, put up my video on his site to show my experience of passing out white knots to support equality in marriage! Click here to learn more about whiteknot.org and click here to check out my video
I have started the “recycling project” here in my building and at Matt’s work. So far we have collected lots of bottles and cans! I am going to go to the recycling center next week (when we really have a lot of recyclables). I will keep you all posted!
Thank you again for your emails about your own good deeds and acts of kindness. I love the fact that people are catching on to the phrase that “Kindness is Contagious.” Because honestly, it truly is.