When Shari Arison initiatied Good Deeds Day in Israel in 2007, she envisioned the ripple effect of thousands of people doing good deeds on a single day. There are people who need to connect with others and nourish the human experience, and one of the only ways this can happen is through volunteer work and also through good deeds that you can practice every day.
Hello Giggles write about how Good Deeds Day offers opportunities to activate people's goodness, and to kickoff the event in NY city, Shari Arison launched a bus to invite New Yorkers to come on board and stop at different nonprofit sites where good deeds are in dire need, including family violence shelter, youth activity centers, and more. NASDAQ honored Good Deeds Day, inviting initiator Shari Arison for the Closing Bell ceremony.
This global event sweapt 550,000 poeple in 50 countries across the globe in 2014.