PGK + Tree People

Our first partner ride with Project Giving Kids was such a success! We had a handful of families join us for our GOOD EARTH ride and head to Malibu Creek State Park to plant trees with Tree People.

IMPACT | Locke HS

To celebrate #GivingTuesday, we took a handful of doGOODers to Locke High School (a school we know well now) to help Mrs. Rowley’s class with an upcoming essay contest.

Do Good Bus | Starship

The Do Good Starship will be doing GOOD, eatin’ pizza, drinkin’ beer and watching Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Partnering with EnrichLA

It’s been so cool to see the progress and know our doGOODers were a part of their goal of putting a learning garden in every school in Los Angeles. We had students from Canada, local Los Angelenos and even a wedding party help us build!

Lake Ave Foundation

Our March Community Ride was a FULL bus of doGOODers to visit Jackson Elementary School to help Lake Avenue Community Foundation with their #ReadingToSucceed program.

NRBLB & Starbucks

We spent two Saturdays in February working at Locke High School in Watts, CA — sorting books, dismantling shelves and ripping up carpet to help reinvent the school library.

#GivingTuesday & NKLA

Do Good Bus was one of more than 7,000 corporate and nonprofit organizations who participated in #GivingTuesday — a day to counteract Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

#GivingTuesday

Do Good Bus Joins the National #GivingTuesday Movement To Encourage Spending With A Purpose  LOS ANGELES, CA – November 25, 2013 – Do Good Bus has joined #GivingTuesday, a first of its kind effort that will harness the… Read More

Gardens and Mustaches

In continuing our partnership with Social Justice Learning Institute, Do Good Bus helped create one more garden along the journey of building 100 new gardens in the Inglewood community.  We spent the day at Dolores Huerta Elementary School… Read More

100 Seeds of Change [Update]

  100 gardens in 100 homes – seems like a daunting task, but not when you have the helping hands of the Do Good Bus. Last Saturday, with only 20 volunteers, we were able to create seven gardens for homeowners… Read More