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Sunday, December 9, 2012

Nicole's Pay It Forward

Part 1
What is "Pay it Forward"?
Pay It Forward is an act of kindness, for example when people do some good deeds to others and don't expect anything in return. These people can repay by helping other people instead of the person that helped them.

Part 2
What was your Pay It Forward act of kindness?
My Pay It Forward act of kindness was to help at Winnipeg Harvest.
Why did you choose this activity?
We chose this activity because we wanted to help Winnipeg Harvest collect food, and send them to people in need.
Who did you help?
We helped alot of families in need, and the people at Winnipeg Harvest
What did you do?
We helped Winnipeg Harvest organize the bad potatoes and the good ones, also onions.

When did you do you act of kindness?
We did our act of kindness on December 8.
(This is the picture we took with Shelley, the girl that toured us around the building and helped us do the job we did)
Part 3
How did your act of kindness go?
Our act of kindness went really well.
What Happened?
We helped organize the potatoes into boxes (the good ones) and the bad ones get thrown in the garbage.

How did you feel?
I felt good about myself because i got to help other people, and the ones in need.
How did the person or people react?
I think that the people thought it was great that we were helping at a young age.
Did you ask the person or people to "Pay It Forward"?
No we didn't ask.
How did they react to your request?
If you did not ask the person to "Pay It Forward" how come?
We didn't ask them to "Pay it Forward" because we already knew that they helped other unfortunate people, without asking for anything in return.

Part 4
Why is the idea of "Pay it Forward" important?
The idea of "Pay it Forward" is impportant because it helps the unfortunate people with some of their basic needs.
Has your act of kindness made a difference?
I think that my act of kindness has made a difference because I saw a lot of people helping at Winnipeg Harvest. Shelley told us the the receptionists (and others) go there on their free time, and they don't get paid. Which I thought was amazing. Because they help out others without expecting anything.

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