With participation of more than 100 nations, this year’s International Good Deeds Day was a clear success. Despite COVID restrictions, a lot of online and offline philanthropic activities were launched that were huge success.
National day of the good was started fifteen years ago in Israel. Since then, it has evolved overtime to become a global phenomenon and this year witnessed a record participation. Shari Arison is the brain behind this movement and she expressed her gratitude and excitement to news reporters who came to interview her. She said various online as well as offline events for needy people like hapless migrants, elderlies living in old age homes and people facing the wrath of coronavirus were helped. She also expressed her gratitude to everyone who participated and encouraged more people to participate next year.
If you just think about it, this day can help you start something good that you can do for others. If you always wanted to do something good for the people but lacked support, this is the day for you. You can start this day and continue the good deed until you reach the goal just to update the goal later on even further.
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