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How to spread good deeds

September 22, 2015

PIFA Roseville High School teacher, Jeff Verkeyn, from Roseville, Michigan has started a new way to spread and to track good deeds. The program is called “MADE” – Make A Difference Experiment. The idea is you acquire a “MADE” bracelet to pass it on to someone who has done a good deed and request them to do the same.

What makes the program unique is each bracelet has an ID and a web address (see link below) that each recipient can go on and enter information in regard to the good deed performed before they pass it on to another person who has done a good deed. More than 800 bracelets have been acquired and one of them has traveled as far as Italy.

Read more at http://www.candgnews.com/news/teacher-uses-bracelets-spread-positive-behavior-86217

You can go to the official MADE site to learn more about the program or to acquire/purchase a MADE bracelet: www.madetracker.com

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