This Website Proves That Generosity Really is Contagious

I Like Giving encourages people to share stories of kindness to inspire others. And boy, does it work!

Mar 20, 2014
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Giving to others and performing random acts of kindness is easy to do, but sometimes finding inspiration can be tricky. That's where the website I Like Giving comes in, with its real-life stories that empower people to live generously. Embodying the concept that generosity is contagious, the website provides a platform for all to share their experiences in giving. Whether it be buying someone a pizza or donating a kidney, everyone is welcome to share their story, with the hope that it will inspire someone else to do a good deed.
As if that wasn't enough, there's also a selection of short films that focus on some really amazing accounts of ordinary people who've done incredible things for others. While all the stories are truly exceptional, the tale of 98-year-old Evelyn who insisted on helping her neighbor Joyce against all the odds will really tug at your heartstrings.
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