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Announcing Generosity Day 2013: Simple Acts, Elaborate Impact
Join in the Global Movement to Spread One Million Acts of Generosity on February 14th
February 11, 2013—In the middle of the boxes of chocolates and red roses and heart-shaped cards this February 14th, take a moment to spread the love with a gift we can all give: generosity. Be part of a global movement to re-boot Valentine’s Day as Generosity Day and spread the love with a simple act of generosity. Join with people across the country and around the globe to reach one million acts of generosity—and experience the thrill of sharing and celebrating all the ways, big and small, we find to make each other’s lives a little bit sweeter.
Generosity Day began in 2011, inspired by Sasha’s Dichter’s “Generosity Experiment”—a 30-day trial of simply saying “yes” to everyone who asked for help. For the past two years, Generosity Day participants have rallied around the idea of bringing joy to strangers and loved ones in spontaneous, random acts of generosity. Generosity has taken many different forms, with people donating time, money or even blood. They gave a helping hand without being asked. They gave a much-needed compliment. They met the only criteria of Generosity Day: they gave.
Now, in 2013, we’re building on the momentum and asking people to join us in reaching one million acts of generosity. It’s doesn’t take a lot to be generous…but it does take practice. So we’re calling on people everywhere to stretch those generous muscles and see how it feels. See how it affects you. How it changes the world around you. And then—tell us about it.
Leave a comment on our new Facebook app available through www.spreadgenerosity.com or tweet about with #GenerosityDay. Tell your story—about being generous or witnessing a remarkably generous act—to the world. Inspire us all to do more, to do better. And be part of an effort to make the world a more generous place.
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