Each Ambassador supports AnonymousGood.org℠ in ways that fit their strengths. Ambassadors are authentic, walk-your-talk, high-profile folks who use their megaphone for Good.
I am honored to join you as an Ambassador 4 Good in the Anonymous Good community. I have been called several things throughout my life (not all of them fit for public consumption), and this title tickles me.
Where I come from we are guided by the concept of Ubuntu. It speaks to our interconnectedness. What impacts me, impacts you. If you are oppressed, then, I am also diminished. Anonymous Good helps make that concept tangible when the community connects local acts of good to global acts of compassion.
Jason Mraz, award-winning singer and activist provided great videos and is challenging his tribe to do 50,000 acts of Good. He plans to invite his 20-million followers across several social media platforms to join him on AnonymousGood.org. He says:
I’ve always felt like someone that could feel what other people were feeling; especially if they’re sad, I want to help lift them up because I don’t like their sadness. And I feel like there’s a real science to that, because I know that when I do something good for them and they feel better, I feel better, so there’s a real miracle in that exchange.
I’m a part of Anonymous Good because I want to do Good and I want to feel Good, and I hope others will do Good and feel Good and change the world.
“One person can make a difference and each of us should try.”
-Robert F. Kennedy
The RFK Center strives to achieve Robert Kennedy’s vision of a just and peaceful world by partnering with human rights leaders, teaching social justice and advancing corporate responsibility. Anonymous Good creates a space for each of us to share the positive differences we encounter in our daily lives. I hope you’ll join me in making the world a more just and peaceful place by sharing the good in your day.
Expose injustice. Right wrong. Teach change. Join us.
Michael Bernard Beckwith, founder of the Agape Community has taken this on as a year-long project. His church has committed to 1 million (yep – that’s right – 1M) acts of the Good the first year. His congregation in Los Angeles (and streaming around the world) will hear about AnonymousGood.org℠ and track their progress every week. The community is launching the project across three services using video, music, spoken word, radio and more.