Helping Others


150 goods for Dot Negropontes

Dot Negropontes is one of the nominees from Olds for the Women of Excellence Award. She was instrumental in the Community Learning Campus which is now an internationally renowned education model. She was the Canadian contact for Anonymous Good, and spurred the #Good4_Olds Challenge to encourage us all to do small acts of good for others in our community. It was a resounding success, particularly with our youth. Dot is currently in hospital, so to lift her spirits and let her know she is in our thoughts, we want to re-issue the Anonymous Good campaign in Olds, and this time, we are asking Olds to use the #Good4_Dot Challenge and log 150 acts of good by July 1 in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday.


104,944 goods for THE Ohio State University

Calling all Buckeye Fans across the country to fill the ‘Shoe with good deeds. Do something good and post before the last home OSU Football game of the 2016 season. We have lots to be thankful for, and lots to celebrate! Go Bucks! Dothegood!


100 goods for Broke students everywhere

If you live near or on a University Campus, chances are parking isn’t free. Next time you see an expired parking meter, fill it for a stranger/fellow student (even if you can only throw in a dime). A parking ticket, even if it’s only $20 can be crippling to a student who is struggling financially.

Do pure good.

50 goods for Of all HUMANITY

Some say ” You cannot change the world or anything without getting your hands dirty.”(Dirty: Doing something bad) I challenge you to do something good without getting your hands dirty so that you can disprove this statement.


22 goods for In Loving Memory of Miss Evan Bard, Rest in Pink babygirl

It’s my golden birthday this year, 22 on the 22nd. All I want for presents is a weekend of random acts of kindness from everyone!

#Good4_Olds, Alberta, Canada

5000 goods for Olds and Community





Wouldn’t it be great if the little community of Olds could influence everyone to do good, feel good and change the world by promoting acts of good in our community?  We believe we can!

We want to celebrate our neighbourliness, engage everyone (especially our kids) and increase goodness and wellness for all.  We invite you to become a Good 4 OLDS Champion by posting the good things you do or see in our community.

Of course, we invite anyone from other communities who would like to support our challenge to become an honorary Good 4 OLDS Champion by posting acts of good under our challenge too. Just include the name of your community in your post so we know where you are!

Just think what we can do if we share the goods. We know we can post 5,000 Acts of Good in the next 10 months if we work together!


2015 goods for Bry Delicia's The Art of Definition

As artists, I believe we’re able to make a difference and change the world through our art. Let’s make change for now and the new year =)

#Good4_Lucy's Super Sweet 16!

16 goods for Lucy

My beautiful dog Lucy turned 16 years old today. She has given me 16 years of unconditional love. I want my friends (and Lucy’s friends) to be inspired by the pure love we get from our pets. I challenge all of you to do something nice in Lucy’s honor, and post about it on Anonymous Good. 16 acts of good (or more!) over the next 16 days to celebrate unconditional love!


10000 goods for Compassionate Huntington Beach

Huntington Beach is a city full of compassionate people. Individuals, service organizations, houses of worship and non-profits will be joining forces in September to play the Compassion Games in “coopetition” with other cities all over the world. As a warm-up, let’s start tracking the good going on in our city. Come to this page, and let us know everything – from saying something kind to the grocery checker, to visiting a friend in the hospital, rescuing an animal, to cleaning up the beach or taking cookies to the firefighters. Your good makes a difference in so many positive ways- join in and come back as many times as you want, and have some fun doing it!! The good gets paid forward!


50 goods for First Congregational Church

We would like to accumulate 50 acts of Good through the season of Lent until Easter Sunday. Instead of focusing on what can be “given up”, our youth is focusing on how we can “give” by doing, recording, and posting Good. Help us reach our goal!


500 goods for The Heroes who inspire us.

Film heroes have existed for decades, often becoming influential role models in our lives and inspiring us to follow in their footsteps. We invite you to embrace the heroism of these influential characters and bring their values to life through your actions of Good! Every time you do an act of Good, see an act of Good, or have Good done for you, share it with us here, & we may choose to share your act of Good on our Facebook page, “Heroes Within Us”! Acts of Good can be smiling at a stranger, a thank you, donating money to charity, standing up to a bully– anything! No matter what it may be, no act of Good is too big or too small, but we do encourage you to go the extra mile. Please join us and embrace the heroes within YOU! Share this Challenge on social media using the hashtag #BeAHero.


20 goods for Wisdom 2.0

We’d like to collect all of the acts of good done by people at Wisdom 2.0 this weekend! With so many good people in one place, you know some GREAT acts of good are happening!


50000 goods for Kindness & Compassion for All

I feel good when other people feel good. And one way I aim to inspire is simply through smiling. This little light of mine. I’m gonna let it shine. I’m challenging everyone to hand out more high-fives and generous, genuine smiles, sharing the light that each of us have inside. When we smile, we increase our life energy, our frequency of light, and literally brighten people’s day. Especially our own. Our smiles are our wings. They lift us up and give us an advantage over our fears, failures and forgetfulnesses. And – the smile is energetically connected to the heart. When we smile, we lift the lid on our heart, keeping it open for The Divine to give Her blessing, heal, and inspire us. Sound magical? It is! I believe this small, courteous, and courageous act can and will transform our world.