1 bus | 25 causes | 750 volunteers | 11,000 miles | 1 community Check out our 25 city tour doing GOOD with Foster The People.
Do Gooders in Atlanta spent the day at Piedmont Park maintaining the beauty and safety of the park by replacing a damaged fence along the running trail, trimming trees and bushes, removing trash, and pulling weeds. Piedmont Park… Read More
Do Gooders in New Orleans volunteered with Son of a Saint, a local nonprofit that works to make sure boys in New Orleans age 10-13 have strong male role models in their lives. Sonny Lee, the organization’s founder,… Read More
Do Good Bus volunteers sorted, boxed and bagged food at North Texas Food Bank. Together they prepared 8,448 meals, which will help struggling families in Dallas put food on the table. Founded in 1982, the NTFB is a… Read More
Founded in 1979, WHEAT works toward positive, public policy changes that address the root causes of hunger and poverty in the United States and overseas. WHEAT works directly with Arizonans through its management training programs that successfully put… Read More
Halo House helps families facing a diagnosis of leukemia, lymphoma or myeloma experience serious medical, emotional and financial challenges. Their life or death struggles often require them to leave home, travel to major medical centers and stay away… Read More
We asked everyone on the Foster The People | Do Good Bus HOW they plan to do good. Here’s what they had to say…[hint: be sure to view this whole post]
In Orlando Do Gooders visited The Mustard Seed, which is the only furniture bank in Central Florida. When individuals in the community have experienced personal tragedy, homelessness, disaster, abuse, illness or loss of employment, they provide the basic… Read More