All posts by Good Deed Revolution

Surprise Backyard Makeover After BYU Student’s Dad Passes Away

After Wesley’s father died unexpectedly, leaving himself, his mother, and 4 siblings behind. He had been complaining of chest pain

Superheroes Battle “Big White” To Help Sick Kids

It was an early summer morning at Lagoon, superheroes from across a spectrum of universes were gathering for one battle,

Who’s Excited To Make Burritos?

The Legacy Initiative, a community partner organization based in American Fork, UT, get volunteers together the first Saturday of every

Retired Marine Creates A Safe Haven For Kids

Susan Sutherland isn’t your typical daycare provider. She retired from the U.S. Marine Corp as a nurse practitioner after almost

Helping the Littlest Victims of Homelessness

At any given time, Utah has almost 15,000 homeless with 40% of the homeless population being families. CARE-cuts is a

The Hitchhikers Guide to Emotional Evolution – The awakening

I had a stroke in 2000 and God sent me an Angel. She touched me and not only did she

Arizona Teen Helps A Blind Homeless Man Living Under a Tree

Calvin is a 14-year-old middle schooler who felt he had to act when he saw someone in need. Every day

Special Group Empowers Refugee Children To Share Their Stories

My Story Matters is an organization, founded by Amy Chandler, designed to help everyone realize they have a story and

Wheeler Ride Gets Utah Food Bank 42,000 Meals In Just 5 Hours

June 11th, 2016 was the 13th Annual Wheeler Ride, a charity motorcycle ride hosted by Wheeler Machinery Co., with all

Reforestation: Balancing The Environment For Future Generations

Mike Siaperas got interested in conservation by accident. In 2007 he bought a ranch so he could enjoy the outdoors,

For the Fathers Who Have Earned It

To all the men out there who spend every day earning the title, “Dad”, we at Good Deed Revolution thank you.

A Special Needs Group Blows Away The Audience

Every year this LDS based SNAP (Special Needs Activity Program) puts on a show for the community. With a little