What If We Did 100 Good Deeds? #DeedADay Movement

I was gifted a handmade bracelet as part of my participation and sharing with my readers.  As always, my opinions are my own and true to me.

100 Good Deeds Movement

This is it, the end of 2014 and we are all getting ready for the journey ahead.  What will 2015 bring to us?  What kind of resolutions are we making for ourselves?  Do we even keep them?  Do we stress over them?  Have they done any good in the past?  What if we did not make resolutions this time around, but did something different?  What if we changed things up a bit and did something more rewarding than a resolution and did something for others instead?

Enter the 100 Good Deeds Movement.

100 Good Deeds Movement

What if we made a choice to do 100 Good Deeds in 100 Days?  What if?  Can you imagine?  What if I could inspire 100 of you to join this movement and you could inspire 100 more to join?  What a wonderful impact we could make around us.  What amazing examples we could be to our youth.  The smallest good deed makes us feel the most grandest.  We can resolve to be kinder, more humble and giving this coming year.  “A “good deed” means we have gone out of our way to help someone and only counts if the deed remains anonymous”. Mary Fisher

The Bracelet …
The brain child of Mary Fisher – author, artist and HIV/Aids activist – who spent a decade partnering with at-risk women in Africa and around the world, designing jewelry made by the women to earn a dignified livelihood. Fisher, a leader in global social change, launched The 100 Good Deeds Bracelet, a handcrafted collection that symbolizes a commitment to perform good deeds and bring about positive change in the world.  This is both a fashion statement and a cause to encourage everyone to do a good deed a day.  This simple but stunning bracelet is strung with 100 beads by HIV positive and economically fragile women in Uganda, Zambia, Rwanda, South Africa, India, Indonesia, and Haiti. The bracelets remind you to do a good deed. Every time you go out of your way to perform a good deed, you move the bracelet’s rubber ring closer to the 100th bead.

100 Good Deed Movement

Where to find them …
They are available for purchase at 100GoodDeeds.org in nineteen colors and two sizes, medium/large or petite/small. One hundred percent of proceeds from sales are reinvested in the 100 Good Deeds program.  Each bracelet comes packaged with a card signed by the maker.  When I opened my bracelet, it warmed and humbled me to see the name of Rose Marie written on the card.  I am honored to wear mine and can’t wait to add more to start a beautiful collection, while giving back at the same time.

Good Deed Movement 100 Deed A Day

“The motivation behind The 100 Good Deeds Bracelet collection is to inspire simple acts of kindness around the world,” said Mary Fisher. “Each bracelet is a reminder to spread positive change through action and fulfill our mission to Do Good, One Deed, One Bead, One Act of Kindness at a Time.”

How can you get involved?  Join the #DeedADay Movement by sharing on social media, telling your friends and family.  We want to help create a movement that is beyond our imagination.
Social media platforms via …
Instagram @The1GDBracelet 
Twitter @The1GDBracelet

Remember to tag your own personal photos or you can use pre-made shareable graphics from here.  Do something amazing and share this.  Purchase a bracelet for yourself OR do a “good deed”  and surprise someone special with one for them.

100 Good Deed Movement

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  1. Lynda, this is a beautiful movement and I love the bracelets, they are functional, fashionable and serve as a gentle reminder of their goal! I really love the meaning behind it, thank you so much for sharing!
    Sara @ lifebetweenthemiles recently posted…Weekly Wrap UpMy Profile

    • I was so touched when I had heard about this movement. The bracelets are affordable enough to purchase a few. I want to have a nice collection for myself {or like I said, give a few to some friends} Happy New Year

  2. Oh wow. This is such a good idea. I love the concept behind the bracelet.
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  3. Awesome!!! I love this!!!! I think once or twice or 7 days a week, you should make sure to do good deeds for yourself too!!!

    Happy New Year!!!!


  4. What a fabulous idea! It’s so easy to help brighten someone’s day yet many chances to do so are just ignored. A kind word or action sure goes a long way! Have the most wonderful New Year’s Eve celebration and Happy 2015 to you!
    diane@runninrocker recently posted…FitFocus For the New YearMy Profile

    • I catch myself telling a random stranger something nice often. I can be in a class or the market, etc. I love how it just makes someone’s day to take a few moments to just stop and say something kind. Happy New Year 🙂

  5. Totally cool idea! I’ve never heard of this movement. I love it.
    Deborah @ Confessions of a Mother Runner recently posted…Best of Meatless Monday~2014My Profile

  6. What a great cause! That’s such a good reminder to do good things for people every day. Thank you for sharing! I will definitely pass this along.
    Ashley @ A Lady Goes West recently posted…A look back at all the happenings of 2014My Profile

  7. This is such a neat idea! I love the concept–we definitely need more movements out there that support positivity and doing good for others! <3
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  8. Elsie @ Sharing Healthiness says:

    I absolutely love this idea!!! Unexpected acts of kindness are the most gratifying and prove the good nature of people. 😉

  9. What an awesome concept! Off to check it out. Thanks for the link.
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  10. tnis is the first time I have seen this- what a beautiful concept!
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  11. What a great idea and a great cause! Thank you for sharing it.
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  12. What a great movement and for a great cause! I haven’t heard of it! Thanks for sharing!!
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