Tag Archives: Good Deeds

Honesty Test, How Did We Do?

Are people generally honest? Here’s a great video from one of my favorite YouTube channels testing how many people do the right thing. They tested people by systematically dropping hundreds of identical wallets all around the US, everywhere from Disneyland, to Salt Lake City, and even the Las Vegas strip. Some very interesting findings, and […]

Tennis Program Helps Underserved Teens Develop Resilience On and Off the Court

Tennis is a popular and fun pastime, in that it requires mental focus and athletic ability. But due to the cost of equipment and court time, lots of kids never get the chance to try their hand at the sport. Leaders of the Junior Tennis Champion Center (JTCC) recognized this cost challenge, and decided to […]

Community And Veterans Bike Together On The Road To Recovery

The Wounded Warrior Project is an organization which empowers and honors injured service members. One of their outreach activities includes the Solider Ride, where soldiers cycle together with adaptive bicycles for 25 or 50 miles over a 4 day bonding period with their community and fellow soldiers. With chapters all over the United States, HooplaHa […]

An Extremely Powerful & Moving Short Video Will Make You Consider Organ Donation

According to the National Kidney Foundation, over 17,000 kidney transplants took place in the United States alone in 2014, 11,570 of which came from deceased donors. Despite the seeming impressiveness of this number, there are still approximately 123,000 Americans waiting for life-saving organ transplants, with the median wait time being 3.6 years. In an attempt […]

Let’s spread some festive cheer. Send a Christmas card to Britain’s loneliest schoolboy!

Think your childhood was odd? I’m willing to bet it’s got nothing on this boy’s life. Meet Aron, the loneliest schoolboy ever. Aron lives on the tiny island of Out Skerries hundreds of miles off the coast of Scotland and is literally the only pupil at his school. It wasn’t always like that, but from this year, Aron is actually […]

Disabled Performers Form Cover Band to Raise Awareness

Are you in the mood to dance, let loose and listen to an awesome cover band? Check out The Advocates, a 12 person performance group from Stockton, CA. The Advocates, consisting of mentally disabled performers, have been making audiences dance, sing and boogie the night away to since 2007. The Advocates are spunky, fun, full […]