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According to the Every Day Hero Campaign, an every|day hero is:

Everyday: ordinary, everyday people performing heroic actions for people, organizations and issues

Every Day: being someone willing to be aware and present every day to your surroundings, your environment, and your culture; have your eyes and ears open every day to what circumstances may be in front of you that require action — heroic action!


Friday, November 9, 2012

Be the person who gives back.

We will give back to the people who need it most. When somebody needs a smile, we will give them one. If somebody needs food, we will donate it. When somebody needs somebody to stand up for them, we will.

11 comments:

  1. Last summer my best friend and I went down the hill to go bowling but instead we went to the homeless shelter and helped feed the homeless. The look on the older volunteers faces when we told them we were there to help was just priceless! I plan on doing this every summer and Christmas break. I am proud to give back. :)

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  2. Last week i went to El Monte CA to a pancake brunch. It was to help people effected by sandy hurricane victims. There was a lot of people who attended it so it was good.

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  3. My cousin and his family had money problems.My parents, aunts, uncles and older cousins all helped him out until he got back on his feet. Now, when we ask him for a favor, he'll drop whatever to give a helping hand.

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  4. over the summer, i worked for the daycare provider that i went to until i was 10 years old. i developed a close relationship with this woman and we became very close over the years. so i worked for her and took care of up to twenty kids at one time, five days a week. it made me feel happy that i could help her out with her job.

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  5. Over the summer I went to a fundraiser for super injured motorcycle riders. We raised money for people to be able to pay for their hospital bills, surgeries, the medical equipment and everything. It felt so good to see these peoples faces light up. I know they would do anything to get back up on a dirt bike again.

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  6. A type of person who gives back for what they were given at their time of need. When someone is in need of help it’s always good for you to step up and makes you a better person if you ask for nothing back or nothing in return. However it’s also respectful and shows a lot of character if they do repay you even though you never requested it.

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  7. Last Thanksgiving me and my friend had volunteered to give people that dont have money, food, clothes, ect. and a thanksgiving that they will never forget. Seeing there face expression was priceless. It was an experience i will never forget. In my opininon that is considered a person that is giving back to people who need it the most.

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  8. I saw a homeless dude on the street, & I bought him a sandwich. =)

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  9. I was putting all the groceries my mom and i had bought and this man in an electric chair comes and asked us for money because he was hungry, i did not only give him a few bucks, i handed him a warm piece of sweet bread. he thanked us and was very appreciative as he left

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  10. Today my sister and went to McDonald's. Me being the weirdo i am decided i HAD to get the 50 piece chicken nuggets. As i was driving out of the drive-thru i saw a homeless guy just sitting there counting his change. I decided i probably didn't need ALL those chicken nuggets so i gave him 20 and then 5 dollars(: he thanked me a million times, it was sweet(:

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  11. I'm always the one that can be there for anyone of friends that need it. If they need to talk, I'm here. If I ever need someone to talk to, mostly to let out some anger or just to talk, I can always call up one of my friends. They always return the favor!

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