Thursday, November 10, 2011

Devon's Pay it Forward

Part 2

My Pay It Forward act of kindness was to pick up garbage
for 2-5 hours once a Friday once a month.

I choose this activity because I thought it would be fun

I could bring my friends and this way it is helping more than
just 1 person its helping 10 to 100 people depending
on how long we do it for.

I am helping a goo percent of people in my community.
even if they don't know it.

Part 3

My act of kindness went very well. I had fun doing it,
and might do it again this week.

I felt like I was really helping my community,
I also felt good about what I was doing

I saw one person. They were telling me how they think
I was doing a good thing for a lot of people

I only asked the one person that saw me picking up garbage.
She said if a day comes where someone needs help she would try her best.

She was surprised about the question but she took it pretty well.

Part 4

The idea of Pay it Forward is important because it's getting people around the world to stop for a second and think about someone other than them selves for a change and help someone with there problems. Instead of worrying about them selves all the time.

I think my act of kindness has made a big difference
on me and everyone in my community.

My video link ---->


  1. Good Job Devon! Cleaning up the neighbourhood is a great idea since there are lots of people litter and doesn't care where the garbage goes to. Knowing that someone cleans up the neighbourhood make people proud. Good job Devon again keep up the good work

  2. Hey Devon!! :) I really liked how descriptive you were and how you felt and WHY you decided to clean up the neighbourhood for your Pay It Forward. You're not only helping just one person but you just helped a whole community, which is a lot of people. Great job, Devon and I am really happy that you had fun and want to do this again!

  3. Great job Devon! I really liked that you cleaned up the neighbourhood by picking up garbages. Most people would just leave them on the ground. Good job Devon! Keep it up.