The Internet Is Taking Dog Selfies To Help A Manchester Dog Home Ravaged By Arson

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People are taking to social media after a fire at the Manchester Dogs' Home in England took the lives of more than 50 dogs.

The campaign started when one person took a selfie with his dog along with his donation to the home and asked people to pass it on. The goodwill of people has been incredible and so far more than £600,000 has been raised – obliterating the original £5,000 target.

Those donating have been posting their #dogselfie to help raise awareness and more money. You can join the cause at the Just Giving page through Facebook.

Restored Faith in Humanity of the Day: Paying for People's Food in the Drive Thru

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Give Back Films shows us an example on how to start a chain reaction of paying it forward.

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Pay It Forward of the Day

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Right before Tom Frankenburg and his girlfriend split up, he'd purchased a week-long vacay for two in Malta, complete with airfare, four-star accommodations, and car rental.

Heartbroken and without a back-up plan, the 22-year-old turned to the Internets, asking people who think they deserve the trip to email him. "I had this holiday that I couldn't go on. I couldn't sell it. I couldn't get a refund. I was pretty stuck," he explains.

Frankenburg will give the trip in its entirety to the most deserving recipient:

The majority of responses are not people nominating themselves, it's actually people nominating other people which is really nice actually, that people are doing that.

He hopes his story will inspire people to do other good deeds. "I'm spreading this message of taking control of your life," he says. "If things go badly it's not the end of the world."


So Shines A Good Deed of the Day

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So Shines A Good Deed of the Day: Ian’s, a popular pizza joint on State Street in Madison, has been inundated with calls from folks around the world looking to order pizza for the protesters camped out near the State Capitol.

From Politico:

On Saturday alone, Ian’s gave away 1,057 free slices in their store and delivered more than 300 pizzas to the Capitol itself.