2015-16 saw our 100 Good Deeds centenary project, where we invited our members, friends and community to perform 100  good deeds,  small and large, public and private, committing ourselves to being a positive force  in our  neighbourhood and the world. As we say goodbye to the WI centenary year, we want to continue celebrating all the good deeds that our members do and what we can contribute to our local community.

A good deed means something different to everyone; we believe a good deed is an act of kindness without expecting something in return. A good deed comes from the heart and with purpose. 

A good deed can involve helping someone less fortunate; cheering up a friend; donating a gift; or sharing your skills and knowledge .Your good deed can be public, anonymous, discreet or larger than life.  Whatever your good deed is, share it with us!

You can share it in words, by photograph or verbally at one of our meetings. All of deeds will be featured on our bespoke webpage.


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Here are some tips and quotes to get you inspired!  

Canadian Living – 50 Good Deeds in 50 Days

“How far that little candle throws his beams! So shines a good deed in a weary world.”
― William Shakespeare, The Merchant of Venice

“Every sunrise is an invitation for us to arise and brighten someone’s day.” Richelle E. Goodrich

“We are the essence of what we DO! The part we each play in the cosmos. Doing good deeds for others is leaving our signature on the world.”
― Angie Karan

A good picture is equivalent to a good deed. Vincent Van Gogh

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