Pay It Forward Meets The World Wide Web

Written by on May 31, 2012 in Entrepreneurship, PR+Social Media, Tech - No comments

Good Deeds Global is a one of a kind Internet based social business that also functions as a social movement organization. The organization has a unique hybrid business model that integrates the philanthropy aspect of a charity organization into an online social network website. The website itself along with the Good Deeds Global social movement called the (PIN-PIF Project) is structured around the idea of promoting, encouraging, and doing good deeds for humanity, as well as plays a role in supporting the well-known and popular “Pay It Forward” concept.

The company’s multifaceted good deed efforts, events, and various projects are ultimately being spearheaded by the founders of the organization, while also supported by a grassroots movement of people joining their good deed campaigns through volunteer efforts. The Good Deeds Global website offers a variety of free services to its users, one of which includes a wish granting service called Request A Good Deed. The Request A Good Deed website feature is used to help people who are in need of assistance with things such as paying a bill that they can’t afford to pay at the moment (as just one random example). This free service comes with absolutely no strings attached and at no cost to the user. Essentially Good Deeds Global provides free help and support to people anywhere in the world asking only that the recipients of their many gestures of generosity eventually pay it forward to someone else some day if possible.

The Founder of Good Deeds Global Corey Davis along with Ken Melancon and Tom Mesa have been seen in a variety of cities throughout the United States handing out various amounts of free money to people in an effort to promote and encourage the pay it forward philosophy, in addition to supporting the concept of doing random acts of kindness.

Source: http://www.gooddeedsglobal.com

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