Rome is the International Capital of Good Deeds Day

The Italian capital will be a hub of Good Deeds Day activities and festivities on March 14 and 15.

Mar 10, 2015
Via dei Fori Imperiali Rome

The Via dei Fori Imperiali will come alive with Good Deeds Day fun on March 15 [Wikipedia]

Rome is home to the Pope, the Colosseum and can now call itself the 2015 capital of Good Deeds Day. The annual global event of good doing is taking place on March 15 in 58 countries around the world, with 900,000 volunteers and counting.
On March 14 and 15, the city of Rome will come alive with Good Deeds Day opportunities for individuals, businesses and nonprofits to give back to the community. In coordination with the SPES - Centre for Voluntary Service of Lazio, Rome will be a hub of giving activity - on Saturday, March 14 over 150 nonprofits will open their doors, inviting anyone to come learn about what they do and give back. Individuals can sign up to take part in activities like painting and sprucing up local schools, visiting local pet shelters, donating blood and more.
Good Deeds Day will be celebrated throughout the world on Sunday, March 15, and Rome will be holding a major bash on the Via dei Fori Imperiali. This main road in the center of Rome will be lined with nonprofits at informational booths, live performances, children’s activities and other surprises.
If you happen to be in Rome on March 14 and 15, you can take part in the Good Deeds Day action, as the city comes together for the common good. For everyone else, getting involved with Good Deeds Day is easy and anyone can participate, no matter where you are in the world. 

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