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Anheuser-Busch Stops Canning Beer and Starts Canning Water for Oklahoma and Texas Storm Victims

A good deed. The country's largest beer producer has halted beer production in order can water. According to NBC News, Anheuser-Busch — the makers of Budweiser, Bud, Goose Island, Kirin, Stella — is canning water for victims of the recent mass flooding and storms in Texas and Oklahoma. Show More Summary

Today the Department of Awesomely Good Deeds salutes London’s...

Today the Department of Awesomely Good Deeds salutes London’s Canal & River Trust, who’ve recently painted temporary duck lanes on the sides of busy towpaths is Birmingham and Manchester as part of their new campaign encouraging people to slow down and give the local birds more walking waddling space. Photo by Bethany Clarke [via The Telegraph and Treehugger]

Jilin 'morality bank' lets good Samaritans cash in on kind deeds

5 days agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

A bank in China's Jilin province has come up with an unusual incentive for people to perform good deeds by offering rewards for benevolent conduct, reports ECNS. [ more › ]

Free Starbucks Gift Card Hacker Receives Rebuke Instead of Thanks

No good deed goes unpunished as Egor Homakov learned when he discovered a free Starbucks gift card reloading glitch which allowed him to generate unlimited funds on the cards. Homakov is part of a security consultancy and upon notifying...Show More Summary

Kate Beckinsale Does Her Good Deed, Helps a Lost Dog

Kate Beckinsale holds a cute dog close while helping it find its home on Wednesday afternoon (May 20) in Los Angeles. The 41-year-old actress was returning home from a nail salon visit when she reportedly came upon the lost dog. She definitely got in her good deed for the day! PHOTOS: Check out the latest [...]

Grateful Mom Lauds State Trooper For Aiding Stranded Son — ‘I Was Simply Doing My Job’

When Joseph Owusu, who is African-American, got a flat tire driving home from college exams, he didn’t think a passing state trooper would stop to help. But the white officer did more than just prove him wrong — his good deed has gone viral, thanks to some grateful attention from Joseph’s mom. Show More Summary

A boy, a burger and a blessing: How a 5-year-old's good deed went viral

A 5-year-old boy eating out one night helps to feed a stranger, leaving the man with a full stomach and others with a full heart.

Why fundraising looks the way it looks

Why is fundraising so "ugly"? Personally, I find it hard to call activities that power so many of the world's good deeds ugly -- but I understand the question. Most effective fundraising has a clunky, out-dated, not-so-pretty look. Some...Show More Summary

Brickbat: No Good Deed

last weekNews : Reason

Two years ago, some parents donated an equipment shed/clubhouse for the baseball team at Nevada's Arbor View High School. Now, school district officials say the shed has to be torn down because providing a shed for the boys baseball team and not the girls softball team violated Title IX. Show More Summary

No Good Deed

last weekNews : Reason

Two years ago, some parents donated an equipment shed/clubhouse for the baseball team at Nevada's Arbor View High School. Now, school district officials say the shed has to be torn down because providing a shed for the boys baseball team and not the girls softball team violated Title IX. Show More Summary

Good Southwest, bad Southwest!

I’m pleased to bring you a new feature called “The Final Word” in the 6 p.m. time slot. It does exactly what it says: It lets whoever is writing it have the final word of the day. I’ll go first. No good deed goes unpunished in the advocacy world. So when Andrew Der’s story about […] The post Good Southwest, bad Southwest! appeared first on Elliott.

The Surefire Guide To Getting Famous... In Only 300 Years!

2 weeks agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

You can be famous. You don’t need any skills. You don’t need to do any good deeds (in fact, the more self-involved you are, the better). You only have to be patient and have a tolerance for being surrounded by crap. Take our advice, and start off on the multi-century road to fame. Read more...

Christian Griffan: Cashier’s Compassion Costs Him — But This Good Deed Was Rewarded In The End

Christian Griffan is a cashier at a Walgreens drugstore in Keller, Texas, just north of Fort Worth who showed compassion to a customer — and got burned for it. But fortunately for Christian, his random act of kindness did not go unnoticed,...Show More Summary

Crowd funding inititative for Orson Welles’ last film

Got this via email. Now go do your good deed for the day. Hi Mr. Rangan, Without mincing words, I am writing this mail to you to seek the help of your name. A crowd funding Inititative has been started to finance the completion of Orson Welles’ last film “The Other Side Of the Wind”, his […]

How Do We Stop From Feeling Completely Deflated?

Wai Sallas has a different take on the Wells Report and shines a light on a good deed by the Atlanta Falcons in this week's Friday Sports Dump The post How Do We Stop From Feeling Completely Deflated? appeared first on The Good Men Project.

?The Colbert Report Does One Last Good Deed & Helps Fund South Carolina School Projects! Find Out How They Got The $800,000 HERE!

Sounds like Stephen Colbert found a way to squeeze out one final act of greatness from his former hit TV show, The Colbert Report. Earlier this morning, Colbert, via a video feed from New York, made a surprise announcement at Alexander Elementary School in Greenville, SC, that he, partnered with Share Fair Nation and ScanSourse, are [...]

The lesson of the 2015 election? No good deed goes unpunished

It was Clare Booth Luce, the witty and glamorous wife of the publisher of Time magazine, who coined the phrase that no good deed goes unpunished. It is all you… Continue reading The post The lesson of the 2015 election? No good deed goes unpunished appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Morning Reads – Thursday, May 7, 2015

On this date in 1945, Germany signed unconditional surrender ending World War II. Peaches Salary increases for judges now law. For Metro Peeps. South Georgia professor doing good deeds. This transgender-prison issue is getting really complicated. Show More Summary

Today the Department of Awesomely Good Deeds salutes members of...

Today the Department of Awesomely Good Deeds salutes members of the 501st Legion: Capital City Garrison, a Canadian costuming organization that spends their time making fantastic Star Wars-related costumes and wearing them to brighten the lives of the less-fortunate when and wherever they can. Show More Summary

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