Good In Deed® is more than supporting good causes and organizations around us. It’s also about the people in front of us, around us and through connections to us. Each and every day, people in our path need support as they travel their paths and our Do Good for Others community is here to help. There are numerous websites that offer support and can be the connecting bridge between our paths and their paths, allowing us to help those in need and to do good for others.
You have my warmest welcome and sincere gratitude for joining our global movement.
Kelly Smith Parker
Founder – Good In Deed®
“Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.”
You can do good for others by asking for and visiting any support website they might have set up. If they don’t have one, consider setting one up for them with their approval. These websites are wonderful tools that have been recommended to us by our Do Good for Others community.
- Caring Bridge: Take time to visit their journal to offer peace and support.
- Cozi Calendar: Organize their family calendar for them.
- CrowdRise: Help raise funds for their cause.
- Facebook Group or Page: Join their group or page and offer support and inspiration.
- GoFundMe: Donate funds to their cause.
- Help Fund-A-Family: Donate funds to a family in need.
- Meal Train: Make, deliver or gift a meal to them after birth, illness or surgery.
- SignUpGenius: Organize their needs for them.
- YouCaring: Raise funds for their cause.
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