The Do Good Bus cruised into Downtown LA on Friday morning to pick up a group of 40+ employees from Splendid and headed to El Serano Middle School to help EnrichLA maintain one of their gardens.
We had a great day helping Amanda celebrate being in Los Angeles for 10 years. In honor of her and the city – we made 5 stops in Los Angeles to do good and appreciate where we live!
May 30, 2014 By SARAH HASHIM-WARIS Do you like meeting people, high-fiving and volunteering? You can do all three on the Do Good Bus. If the name doesn’t tip you off, the bus takes riders to a volunteering activity, but… Read More
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.
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
Do Good Bus partnered with The Feast Conference in New York City to help participants with the Learning Challenge. The Feast has been committed to fostering a community of innovators who are revolutionizing their industries and striving for social… Read More
Do Good Bus partnered with Together We Rise to take 60 foster kids to Disneyland. The event was to celebrate the 25th birthday of Together We Rise founder, Danny Mendoza. What a great way to spend your birthday!… Read More
We received a note this week from a past doGOODer and are so excited to hear she was inspired by the bus. One of our goals on the bus is to create COMMUNITY and connections and we love… Read More
Who doesn’t want to help bring the Yellow Brick Road to life? Our DoGOODers helped the Redondo-based non-profit, Fantasia Family Music create set pieces and costumes for their newest production, Wizard of Oz. Fantasia Family Music is working… 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