#DoGoodInDeed Acts

Share your good deeds on social media with #DoGoodInDeed and tag @DoGoodinDeed for a feature! 

Sharing your good deed on social media with #DoGoodInDeed is a powerful, yet easy way to inspire others and can even have a positive impact on you and your state of mind as well.

Our collective power of good deeds continues to grow. Be sure to follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter to stay up to date with the movement.  

You have my warmest welcome and sincere gratitude for joining our global movement. 


Kelly Smith Parker
Founder – Good In Deed®

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“Your spark can become a flame and change everything.” 

~E.D. Nixon

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  • Write a note of appreciation to your mailman
  • Compliment a stranger sincerely
  • Write a thank you note to someone
  • Look for something around you that can be fixed up, picked up, or attended ie. put shopping carts up, pick up some trash laying around, pick up something that has fallen over
  • Give a lottery ticket to a stranger
  • Send handmade cards or a letter to someone you care for
  • When you go somewhere to get or do something, ask someone around you if you can pick up, drop off or do something for them while you do
  • Leave have a nice day stickers at a front desk
  • Put together a writing kit with stationary, envelopes and stamps, pen and give to hospital/nursing home
  • Put a comment on someone’s web page that you really like…let them know you enjoy it
  • Send a card to someone in the military overseas
  • Leave something cheery or nice for all your co-workers (in spring bag of seeds, fun post-its, fun office supplies)Put change in a row of vending machines
  • Drop off a toy or game at a hospital
  • Drop off a toy or game at a homeless shelter
  • At a post office leave some extra stamps at the stamp machine
  • Send a picture you have taken which includes a friend to that friend with a note remembering the time you had together


  • Buy a phone card and give it to a homeless shelter for them to give someone
  • Take flowers to a hospital ward and give them to someone who hasn’t already had any visitors
  • Take some cake, chocolates, flowers etc. to the neighbors, or a senior citizen nearby
  • Invite someone who is alone over for dinner
  • Share a comic strip or something funny with someone else
  • Write a note, send an e-greeting “just say hello” to someone who might need a pick me up
  • Put a quarter in a parking meter that has expired
  • Write a thank you note to a person from your past who has made a difference in your life
  • Send someone an animated greeting card on the internet
  • Buy a copy of your favorite book and donate it to your local library or hospital
  • Write letters of appreciation to groups who are helping the community, the environment
  • Make a point of introducing yourself to someone you see all of the time but never say hello to
  • Donate clothes to Goodwill
  • Put change in a charity change bottle
  • Pay the toll for the car behind you
  • Leave a book at an airport for someone waiting to read
  • Pay for the meal of a person sitting by themself when you’re eating out
  • Buy coffee for the person in line behind you
  • Volunteer time at a charitable organization
  • If someone behind you in line at the store has fewer items than you, let them go ahead of you
  • Walk around a park or public area picking up trash
  • Get some groceries for a financially struggling family