Good deeds, Philippine style


Since its launch in 2007, Good Deeds Day has not only taken root, it has grown into its own garden of giving.

Started by an Israeli-American philanthropist Shari Arison, Good Deeds Day’s first year involved 7,000 participants. In 2018, this day of celebrating kindness brought together 3.5 million people from 100 countries, rendering a total of seven million hours of service.

On Sunday, April 7, 2019, Hands on Manila will once again celebrate Good Deeds Day, but this time the goal is to allow abandoned and often abused children to have fun and feel loved for a day.

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