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Take Action for Good

Why we take action

At Good Good Good we're all about celebrating good news, looking for the helpers, and feeling more hopeful — but this is merely the first step.

The next step is always for each of us to step up and make a difference ourselves.

By getting involved, taking action, and being a part of the good in the world, we continue the cycle — which invites more people to feel more hopeful and then join in and do more good.

Together we celebrate good news and become good news.

Become a Good Good Good Neighbor

Not everyone is cut out to make a difference in the world (at least not yet).

Too many people are plagued with cynicism or apathy to meaningfully make a difference. But the fact that you're here tells us that you are ready to take action.

At Good Good Good we cultivate a community of people ready to reject apathy and cynicism — and instead choose to live lives of hope and action.

If this sounds like you — join our community of hopeful world-changers by becoming a Good Good Good Neighbor.

Good Good Good Neighbors get a monthly Goodnewspaper, exclusive discounts to ethical and sustainable brands, and get to connect with other like-minded difference-makers in our private community space: The Neighborhood.

Become a Neighbor

Get involved in the good news stories you read

We don't just share good news stories at Good Good Good — we also share practical action steps on how you can get involved and make a difference.

Sometimes taking action for good can feel overwhelming or confusing — so let us do the hard work of figuring out the best nonprofits and brands to support.

Dive into all of our action guides here.

Here are a few recent articles to get started:

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