What is Good In Deed? Good In Deed is an organization that hosts drives, supports local non-profit organizations and global organizations. Good In Deed is also a community made up of people who like to make a difference in their own communities and in the world. Throughout the history of Good In Deed, there has never been a deed too small or too big. Our community is one that makes a difference constantly, and now you can support and show you’re part of the Good In Deed community with a Good In Deed Mahkana Bracelet.
A Good In Deed Mahkana Bracelet is a beaded bracelet that lets you show off the fact that you’re part of the Good In Deed community.
Good In Deed History
Kelly Parker started Good In Deed when she realized she wasn’t the only one who wanted to help as many charities as possible. Since the age of 16, Kelly has been working intimately with other charities in an effort to make a difference in the world. However, Kelly started to realize throughout her path that other people thought as she did, other people wanted to make a difference in many different aspects of life. But many charities focus on one thing, while it is important that they do that, Kelly wanted a way to make sure all of these charities got assistance. Welcome, Good In Deed.
What Does Good In Deed Do?
Good In Deed doesn’t focus on just one charitable cause. Instead, Good In Deed partners with many different charity organizations and helps them through drives, donations, fundraisers and events. What started as a blog to bring awareness to other charities, Good In Deed has grown into an official charity organization and even more importantly, a community.
The community is what makes the biggest difference. Good In Deed hosts drives now for other charities, hosts events and creates partnerships between charitable organizations to help facilitate the difference we all want to see.
Good In Deed Mahkana Bracelet
Mahkana is a jewelry company that makes beaded bracelets that allow people to show off the cause they care about. The beads that make up the bracelets are mostly dark colors except for a small group of beads at the front. The colored beads take on the colors that the charity uses as their own.
For Good In Deed, those colors are green and pink and now you can get Good In Deed Mahkana bracelets. The bracelets are available from Mahkana’s website and 20% of the purchase cost is given to that charity organization. For Good In Deed, that means there are funds coming in that will go towards other drives and charities. Represent Good In Deed with this Good In Deed Mahkana bracelet and donate to many different charities at once.