Good Deeds Day is a global annual tradition of good, calling everyone to come out together and give of themselves for the benefit of others and the planet. People can unite around good. Just imagine the impact! If every person does something to make a difference, and communities, organizations, and corporations give of their time and skill to help others, lives will be improved, and our world will be a better one.
Celebrated since 2007 every year in March, Good Deeds Day has swept people from all cultures and backgrounds. 930,000 people in 61 countries participated in Good Deed Day 2015, giving together more than three million hours of volunteering in over 11,000 projects - making Good Deeds Day the largest and most far reaching global day of good.
In 2016 Good Deeds Day is marking its tenth year of expanding the circles of good worldwide. It will be celebrated on April 10, 2016, around the world, and April 5, 2016, in Israel.
Each year in March, Good Deeds Day draws hundreds of thousands worldwide, from all walks of life, to do a good deeds for the benefit of others and the planet, each according to their heart's desire.
930,000 people participated on Good Deeds Day 2015 in 58 countries worldwide, spreading the message that we can all do something for the benefit of others, each in their own unique way, and together make the world a better place for us all.
Tens of thousands joined Good Deeds Day 2014 to do a good deed for the benefit of others and the planet, engaging in thousands of dedicated projects across 50 countries worldwide and expanding the circles that create a critical mass of goodness in the world.
On its seventh year, Good Deeds Day 2013 spread to more countries and received extensive media coverage for connecting people from all walks of life who want to see a better world.
2007 was the first year in which Good Deeds Day was held, initiated in Israel by Shari Arison to give opportunities to people worldwide to do a good deed.