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A Note from Brittany

Posted by Brittany Kurtz on

 It’s almost Mother’s Day y’all - buckle up! It’s quite a ride, this day, and together, you and I…. we got this. Embrace this day filled with sticky hugs, school-made artwork and coupons for foot rubs and chores that will never be completed, meals cooked by novice chefs, and lots and lots of kind words. I dare you all to put aside the mom-guilt and the feelings of lacking that often flood our emotions, and embrace every sticky stitch of love that is shared. I double-dog dare you. Motherhood is not for the weak. My Mom taught me how to...

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#wearedogoodbekind - Deanna

Posted by Brittany Kurtz on

My name is Deanna and I own a business called Capitol Refrigeration. I have owned it for 33 years and it has been in business for 52. My family and I first came across Do Good. Be Kind. through my sister who has the stickers on her car and has a Do Good. Be Kind. tee shirt that she wears. As soon as my family saw this message they all wanted to be a part of this amazing movement.   Since then the Do Good. Be Kind message has filtered into my business. One of my employees, Shere, had the...

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#iamdogoodbekind - Linnea

Posted by Brittany Kurtz on

  My name is Linnea, I am 16 years old, and I am part of the Leadership Class at San Marin High School. Recently, I helped organize a kindness week that will be followed by a Mental Health Awareness Week at my school. I felt like our school really needed this message when I saw that a letter went home to all of the parents about some of our fellow classmates that were disrupting the local businesses, along with an overall lack of respect toward others. I felt that my peers would benefit from the leadership group promoting kindness and...

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#iamdogoodbekind - Emu

Posted by Brittany Kurtz on

I am a first generation Punjabi-American. I manage a restaurant in Oakland. I believe that you are always yourself, as in you are never not yourself. There’s just you at your worst and you at your best, and you should always strive to be you at your best. I am defined by my actions.  I have overcome the stigmas, pressures, and definition of being a poor brown man. I find my strength in being warm and generous to other people. I love cooking for other people. I am so afraid of not living and enjoying my life. I am also...

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#iamdogoodbekind - Michele

Posted by Brittany Kurtz on

My father has always been an example of Do Good. Be Kind. - each and every day for as long as I can remember. It could literally be his personal mantra. Generosity comes as natural to him as breath. Always thoughtful. Always kind. Even now with a terminal illness looming he continues to be loving, kind, open, and consoling to all of us. Since he is a humble man he doesn’t feel that he has a story to tell, so I thought a good representation of how my dad lives Do Good. Be Kind. would be to share a few...

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