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The Thank You Project

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May 19, 2016
The Thank You Project

The Thank You Project

In 2004, Kellie Haddock and her newborn son were in a horrible accident that took her husband’s life. 10 years later, Haddock spent 6 months tracking down the people who saved her son’s life and organized an event in their honor. Some of the caregivers had never been thanked before for what they do. "There is so much wrong in the world and it’s so easy to point out what people are doing wrong. We rarely take the time to notice when people are doing things right. I want to be a person that points out when someone does something right."
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A Life-Saving Coat for the Homeless

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May 19, 2016

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A Life-Saving Coat for the Homeless

Atttention is the rarest and purest form of generosity.

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A Life-Saving Coat for the Homeless

“Six years ago, Veronika Scott accepted a challenge from her college professor: Design something to “fill a need” in Detroit. Scott, an art student, found her inspiration on the streets.”In Detroit, there’s this large homeless population, and they kind of just disappear into the landscape,” Scott said. “I wanted to design for this whole population of people that we just don’t see.” In 2010, Scott created a fully insulated, waterproof jacket that converts into a sleeping bag and knapsack. She called it the EMPWR coat.” { read more }

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Look around you with attentive eyes today and find a way to serve someone around you in a small (or big!) way.

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