Kevin Christensen

I donated household items to the San Diego Rescue Mission thrift store.


Regien Medrano

I volunteer to segregate the biodegradable and non-biodegradable materials for the sake of the garbage collector to save their time and energy.


Matt Zinman

I dedicated my time on Clubhouse to host and co-moderate rooms to support the community with life improvement topics and insights.


Regien Medrano

I gave food to the homeless.


Regien Medrano

I donated $15 to a friend who needed it for his medication.


Armando Quintana

I left a 50% tip at a restaurant because the waiter was absolutely amazing.


Regien Medrano

I donated my old clothes to the people who were being devastated by the calamity in the Philippines.


Armando Quintana

I spent hours reviewing submissions for a high school senior scholarship I sponsor.


Regien Medrano

I prefer to walk from home to work to save money and help lower the pollution in my city.


Bogdana Sardak

I volunteer every Friday to distribute dinner to the elderly.


Regien Medrano

I’m living a healthy lifestyle because I prefer to eat vegetables and fruits instead of pricy junk foods. I hope to inspire my homies to do the same thing.


Amber Martinez

I started recycling left over wine corks!


Regien Medrano

I use recyclable containers with unique purpose.


Cyrus Ghaffari

I provided medical school and residency admission coaching for prospective applicants from my hometown.


Cyrus Ghaffari

I am spending 3 weeks volunteering at a free community clinic in SF providing healthcare to underserved communities.


J.C. Pena Nunez

I’ve been spending a lot of time with loved ones and people that need support during challenging times.


Alexis Quiterio

I got a coffee at a drive thru and paid for the person behind me.


Brian Ford

I helped coordinate an Impact Workshop for Chess In Slums.


Alexis Quiterio

I donated $50 to a friends’ Venmo challenge where he asked his followers to donate whatever amount they chose. He gifts all of those donations to a server in the hospitality industry because they’ve been heavily impacted during the pandemic and deserve it!


Brian Ford

I donated $25 to Marcus Aurelius Anderson’s 48 hour event to bring awareness to sex trafficking.


Alexis Quiterio

I took 30 minutes to write several Yelp reviews for small businesses about recent visits to spread the positive message about their service.


Brian Ford

I participated in market research for someone looking to get feedback on a new program they’re starting.


Pradeep Prasanth

I have a podcast on self-improvement helping people to spread awareness of various perspectives.


Irene Whalen

I participated in the For Purpose event to consult for Chess in Slums, a non-profit helping children in Africa develop real life skills through the game of chess.


Pradeep Prasanth

I keep my smile on my face for all the people around me especially strangers.


Brian Ford

Someone cancelled a call on me (after running 20 minutes late) and I responded with empathy and a heart emoji to spread love.


Alexis Quiterio

I helped facilitate For Purpose’s Impact Workshop to help a nonprofit in Africa, Chess In Slums, strategize & enhance their incredible movement.


Matt Zinman

I volunteer my time to help “For Purpose” nonprofits advance their mission and impact.


Armando Quintana

I have made it a point to pick up any piece of trash I see while walking.


Kate Fosson

I asked someone how her day was going today and she almost started to cry so I stayed longer to listen.


Armando Quintana

I volunteered my time to help Tunde from Chess in Slums find ways to enhance his organization.


Cyrus Ghaffari

I support my hometown’s local businesses whenever I’m in town.


Cyrus Ghaffari

I reuse bags when I go grocery shopping.


Cyrus Ghaffari

I worked in an ICU during the COVID pandemic.


Cyrus Ghaffari

I organized a basketball tournament fundraiser to raise money for the free clinic I volunteered at.


Cyrus Ghaffari

I created free medical application coaching videos for prospective applicants to use on their application journeys.


Ingrid Sangiwa

I purchase locally made products as a first option.


Ingrid Sangiwa

I use fruit/veg peelings for compost purposes


Ingrid Sangiwa

I usually walk everywhere I need to go to and only use transportation if needed.


Trevor Kerth

I plan and lead weekly Cub Scout meetings to build up the next generation of men.


Trevor Kerth

I support job placement non-profits.


Trevor Kerth

I grow my own veggies to be healthy & sustainable.


Amber Martinez

As part of the Casseroles Out Of Kindness program, I cook casseroles that feed meals to the hungry in my community.


Amber Martinez

I donate my clothes to Domestic Violence shelters.


Amber Martinez

I make monthly $20 donations to Save The Children.


Amber Martinez

Every Christmas, I donate gifts to Toys for Tots campaigns.


Ingrid Sangiwa

I volunteer weekly on the Youth Up platform as a mentor.


Amber Martinez

I donate $5 bimonthly to the Planned Parenthood of South, East and North Florida.


Ingrid Sangiwa

At this time I’m an Ambassador for a non-profit volunteer and charity organization.


Amber Martinez

I use reusable lunch utensils (water bottle, snack bags, utensils, etc) from sustainable companies.


Ingrid Sangiwa

I write crafted content to encourage, inspire, and teach everyone on the platforms I volunteer for.


Amber Martinez

I purchase soap refills instead of always buying new soap bottles.


Ingrid Sangiwa

I donate used books to the library for use as learning, teaching, and reading resources.


Amber Martinez

I use reusable bags for all my shopping.


Ingrid Sangiwa

I use the services of local businesses whenever possible.


Amber Martinez

I work for a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that offers healthcare resources and aid to those in need.


Ingrid Sangiwa

I donated to a building fund .


Amber Martinez

I compost anything I can.


Adam Lewin

Through FC Davis, we launched multiple programs that provide an opportunity for local area student-athletes to change their communities.


Leslie Arroyo

I currently serve on the board of various organizations which help promote diversity on campus.


Victoria Kline

I always use a reusable water bottle. It’s so easy to refill on the go.


Jeanette Perez

I work for two companies who have started their own charities and contribute to their own local causes. Alaska Airlines will also match any employee charitable donation.


Kari Pedersen

I always wash out my recyclables to recycle them properly.


Katie Bier

I donate to Goodwill on a monthly basis.


Tania Kaaz

The company I work for offers paid internships to students.


Jeanette Perez

I donate to the Red Cross. I donate blood every 56 days.


Michael LeAnn

I buy meals for homeless people.


Cw Herron

I have volunteered at the Special Olympics in 2010.


Sarah Whipple

I volunteer at a regional health clinic for the medically needy once a year.


Cameron Schmidt

I try to support small local businesses when I can.


Laura Athmejvar

I have ensured thousands of students were able to complete college admissions tests and report their scores to universities.


Alena Eaton

I give away plants from my garden to the local community.


Kavi Jarrott

I seek out purpose driven work as much as possible. Some of my friends run charities and social enterprises, I support them by working for them.


Joseph Rotondo

I volunteered as a mentor for my alma-mater.


Alexis Quiterio

I thoroughly washed out my recyclables and educated others that observed me doing so on its importance.


Jake Jordan

Our company donated to presents for kids at Christmas that wouldn’t have any.


Gabriel Mayrink

I teach my son to give away instead of throwing away.


Vanica Alona

I help less fortunate children who are homeless.


Brielle Smith

I help senior citizens in my community with things they need.


Kari Pedersen

My company provides countless donations to various organizations.


Katie Bier

I donate bedding and supplies to a local animal rescue.


Tania Kaaz

The company I work for implements diversity training.


Brielle Smith

I choose to buy products that don’t use animal testing.


Michael LeAnn

I did a big toy drive for Christmas ?.


Cw Herron

I volunteer my time to coach baseball to younger kids.


Sarah Whipple

I volunteer at a local cat shelter where I help to socialize the cats and foster kittens.


Cameron Schmidt

I live a minimalist lifestyle, reusing the resources I already have rather than getting new things.


Laura Athmejvar

I motivate hundreds of people to move their bodies and pursue a healthier diet.


Alena Eaton

I donate $10 a month to CRU in Hawaii.


Kavi Jarrott

I’m working on a film that highlights stories of refugees who have come to Australia seeking asylum. Their stories give me hope and I hope they inspire others as well.


Joseph Rotondo

I volunteered at my local church to organize their Christmas service.


Alexis Quiterio

I onboarded someone at work with a lot of passion, desire to learn, and good values over multiple years of professional experience so I could give them an opportunity to grow and get paid while doing what they love.


Ingrid Sangiwa

I continue as a mentor on the youth platform and am seeing the postive impact of my volunteer work from those youth who reach out and share and engage with me online.


Ashwin Singhal

I have volunteered and worked at a winter camp for underprivileged children.


Gabriel Mayrink

I chose to live ‘Philanthropy As You Go,’ instead of ‘Accumulate As You Go.’


Armando Quintana

I spent some time over the phone listening to one of my friend’s problems and letting them vent.


Brielle Smith

I listen to my friends and family, when they need advice or help.


Kyle Eager

I gave my clothes to a church, to send to homeless people in mexico.


Kari Pedersen

I am fortunate to make more than enough money than I need, and I am passionate about using that money to help other people.


Katie Bier

I donated $20 to my friends birthday fundraiser.