Take Action

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 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 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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A Disability Rights Activist Died After Her Wheelchair Was Destroyed by United Airlines — Here’s How To Help

Engracia’s story, and the countless others related to airlines’ failure to adequately and equitably support the disability community are too common, and heartbreaking every time. We all have the power to help make a difference.
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How To Be a Poll Worker — And 36 Other Ways To Encourage Voting

Whether you want to volunteer as a poll worker, join a political campaign you believe in, or support voting rights — this is your guide on how to make a difference.
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