Thursday, October 18

Tag: acts-of-kindness

What Starbucks Is Doing With Its Food Now Is Truly Wonderful

What Starbucks Is Doing With Its Food Now Is Truly Wonderful

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Approximately one in six Americans faces hunger, and sadly, households with children have a higher rate of hunger than households without them. Perhaps the most pressing issue in our nation and around the world, hunger ruins thousands of lives every day.And that's why Starbucks decided to start a program to help eradicate hunger in our country. If you've ever worked in food service, you know how much perfectly good food goes to waste because of sanitation laws. Fortunately, organizations like Food Donation Connection and Feeding America go above and beyond to salvage as much of this food as possible. Together with Starbucks stores around the nation, they hope to feed thousands of people in need. Starbucks is teaming up with these organizations to donate millions of prepared meals t...
As I Scrolled Through These 45 Photos, One Thing Became Very Clear. And Everyone Should See It.

As I Scrolled Through These 45 Photos, One Thing Became Very Clear. And Everyone Should See It.

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The world isn't always fair. In fact, there are many, many times when it's unfair and it feels like other people are out to get you. That's why it's important to remember the positive parts of life when you can. Take, for example, these random acts of kindness. Complete strangers helped each other out for no reason other than to be good people. This is the sort of kindness that really renews your faith in the world and other people. As you scroll through these, it'll become very clear that the world isn't the bad place some people try to make it out to be... 1.) A parking official let a couple in need slide when their car was parked illegally. Epic Dash Read more: http://viralnova.com/acts-of-kindness-random/
She Leaves A Fridge On The Street Every Day To Feed The Hungry In Her Community

She Leaves A Fridge On The Street Every Day To Feed The Hungry In Her Community

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On the streets of Kochi, India, the owner of a popular restaurant called Pappadavada is doing something amazing. Instead of throwing perfectly good leftovers in the trash, Minu Pauline fills a refrigerator and leaves it out on the curb so that no one in her community goes hungry.She ideated the project when she saw a woman digging through the trash for food. That's when Pauline put her foot down and decided that people shouldn't have to go to such drastic lengths just to feed themselves. The refrigerator is known as the "Tree of Goodness," and it's fed hundreds of hungry locals since it debuted on March 23. (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = "//connect.facebook.net/en_US/sd...