Join us this Saturday, March 9, 2013 from 11:00am to 2:00pm at the Times Square Studios (home of Good Morning America) to kick off International Good Deeds Day and be part of the Good Deed festivities! This free, fun event will inspire everyone to discover the joy of doing a good deed.
Please make sure to RSVP at NYCGoodDeedsRSVP@gmail.com today!
Good Deeds Day is an annual celebration of giving, where people, communities, organizations and businesses pledge to do a good deed for the benefit of others.
At the Times Square Studios (located at West 44th Street and Broadway):
• You can be larger than life in Times Square! Our “Good Deed Fan Cam” will make you appear on the Times Square SuperSign’s Jumbotron screen above the studios. Bring your camera to capture this once-in-a-lifetime experience!
• Do a good deed on the spot with volunteer organizations at the Good Deeds Fair, including Habitat for Humanity – New York City, Jumpstart, generationOn, Girl Scouts of Greater New York, The HALO Foundation, CITYarts, and participate in fun Good Deeds activities, like painting a mural, constructing paper houses and joining in special reading sessions.
• Receive free Good Deeds Day giveaways, including t-shirts and magnets*
• Meet philanthropist and global business leader, Shari Arison. Receive a complimentary copy of her new book, Activate Your Goodness – Transforming the World through Doing Good*
*while supplies last
Good Deeds Day was initiated in 2007 by global business leader and philanthropist Shari Arison with 7,000 participants in Israel and has grown since to more than 250,000 “Good Deed Doers” in more than 50 countries. This year, some 400,000 are expected to take part all over the world.
Every single person can do something good, be it large or small, for the benefit of others. Whether it’s as simple as a smile, to joining a community project, every good deed you do makes a difference in the world.
So be a part of a record-breaking day of Good Deeds in New York City!
For more information, please visit www.nycgooddeedsday.com or www.gooddeedsday.org.