69 good deeds.

Archive for November, 2009

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KaylorBaylor

The other day my mom, Paula, and some friends went to lunch.  One of her friends decided that she wanted to buy my mom's lunch to thank her for some things my mom had helped her with.  During the lunch Paula noticed another group of women at a table nearby.  They appeared as if they were having a get together of friends, too. 

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hackfeld

I am so proud to live in San Antonio, Texas. A couple of years ago the 60,000 sq foot Center for the Intrepid opened here in San Antonio. It is a one-of-a-kind facility offering rehab for soldiers that have lost limbs and comfort and support for their families. The center was funded by private donations to the...
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ccafe
http://www.foxnews.com/search-results/m/22030361/foreclosure-angel.htm
As we know so many people are getting their homes foreclosed on these days.  Marilyn Mock of Rockwall, Tx showed up to an auction that was auctioning off foreclosed homes looking for a home for her son.  While there she spotted a lady against the wall with her head down.  She approached the lady & as she says...
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KaylorBaylor

A few years ago I went through a divorce after over 10 years of marriage and two children.  I was left feeling insecure and scared that I wouldn't be able to provide for my kids.  I was living in an apartment that was getting too cramped for the three of us.  I didn't want to continue throwing money into an

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kjr0595

A young model named Kate Somers, normally used to high heels and glamour, left all that behind when she went to Africa for a month to build a school in Enelerai (a village in Kenya).  She also spear-headed a fund-raising campaign for Free The Children by bake sales, auctions, and "grilled cheese sales." Her total profit was $9,000. Which was plenty

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hackfeld

What an inspiration! I saw this video on YouTube and found the story on Sports Feel Good Stories.com I only wish I could have been at this game. Jackson Christian School took on Harding Academy in Tennessee high school football last friday night. Aric Sims, a senior on the Jackson Christian team, has cerebral palsy. Despite...
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hackfeld
This story was on 20/20 in February of this year. Diane Sawyer put faces to a very real problem. Each story left you wanting to help and all had a common thread of a poverty situation that most of us will never know.The article has a great list of how to help and who to contact.Dr. Edwin Smith,...
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KaylorBaylor

All I have read or heard lately in regard to the Ft. Hood shooting has been about the shooter instead of those who were injured or killed.  U.S. Army Pfc. Michael Pearson,22 was one of the 13 who lost their lives that day.  He was from the Chicago area, as well as, 2 others.  Pearson was described by his loved ones as a

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hackfeld
I ran across this story and decided to share it. These kids are making a huge difference not only in the lives of those that receive the meals but in their own lives as well. It truly is a win /win situation.BRIGHTON, Iowa - If you sometimes get the feeling kids today only care about themselves, then maybe you...
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hackfeld

Recently we had a new restaurant come into San Antonio. This is not a rare event here but I do think that this businees is rare in a few ways. First, they support a number of charities and are open to local donations as well. Second, they are one of the "greenest" restaurants around with a pure...
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