Do Good for Others

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
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“Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.”


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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.


Do you need the support of the Do Good for Others Good In Deed community?
Good In Deed wants to pull the community together for you! Please share your story with us below and we will share your link and needs right here, right now, and get the Do Good for Others community mobilized.

We will Do Good for Others.


The Imhoff family needs our help!  Their dear 11 year old son, Reese Imhoff, was diagnosed with cancer (osteosarcoma) on February 10, 2016.  We are asking for your financial support to assist in medical expenses and day-to-day needs, so that Reese’s team can be at full strength and totally present with him as they crush this opponent we call cancer.

Since this is a marathon and not a sprint, we invite you to consider a monthly, ongoing donation.  Click on the link here to make an immediate impact:  HELP FUND-A-FAMILY: REESE IMHOFF.  We encourage you to also read updates on his progress at CARINGBRIDGE FOR REESE IMHOFF as the family could use your prayers and comfort.

Please consider passing these links along to others within your sphere of influence in hopes to get the financial support they need.  God bless!


Lil’ Gary’s Legacy
In March of 2002 in a moment of despair and hopelessness our son Gary chose to end his own life. A part of us died with him that day. The heartache that followed became our constant companion along with the burning question, WHY! We have found that our life has been divided by this tragedy; it has become a marker of life before and life after. We can’t go back to the way things were before, we won’t see our son again this side of Heaven but we can choose to allow our pain to motivate us to reach outside of ourselves, to find purpose and healing. Through our website, LIL’ GARY’S LEGACY, we honor his memory through various good works projects.Lil Garys Legacy

In February 2012 as we were preparing to launch our website and facebook page to commemorate the ten year anniversary of Gary’s death our 29 year old daughter Tiffany died suddenly of an accidental overdose. Tiffany suffered with severe depression and it was difficult for her to cope with her brother’s death.  Our hearts ache with sadness over the great loss of our sweet daughter but we know she is at peace with God and suffers no more pain. We are comforted by her recent prayer journal entry.  Tiffany helped with selecting songs for the Facebook page and was excited about reaching out in her brother’s memory.  She was tenderhearted always wanting to help others in their life struggles.   In honor of this we have moved forward with the website and Facebook page. It is truly what we believe God has called us to do. Our sweet Tiffany is remembered on the memorial wall of the website.

Find us on Facebook at LIL GARYS LEGACY.


Erin’s Fund:  End the Stigma
Erin was a generous, kind, open and fun-loving person.  She defined what it means to be a true friend.  In September, 2015, Erin died of liver failure do to taking medications for anxiety and depression.  Her death is a tragic loss.  Millions of people like Erin, suffer from anxiety, depression and unresolved emotional trauma, never receiving the therapy needed to recover.

Please consider supporting our END THE STIGMA fundraiser to underwrite therapy for 3 people.  If we collect more, then more people can be served and helped.  Thank you for your support of the cause in Erin’s memory and honor.


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