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Every Tuesday is special at Red Onion Burgers in Mountlake Terrace, WA. Their DINING 4 DOLLAR$ program gives local organizations a huge portion of profits: 20% of sales, 100% of cash tips and 50% of credit card tips. They support non-profits, student groups, and causes like Snohomish County Fire District #1's project to give 12 families gifts over the holidays (pictured here). The fire district has also given 174 coats to students at Mountlake Terrace Elementary School and Discovery Elementary School in the #Mukilteo School District with Red Onion's donations. Since 2010, Red Onion has donated over $200,000 to local organizations! #NiceWork! #KindBusiness
"It gave me a chance to do what I wanted to do my whole life," Bailey, a WCMX Houston participant, explained. "I had always seen a wheelchair as an enemy, and not a friend." The wheelchair motocross program hosted at North Houston Skate Park helps those in wheelchairs discover how much they're capable of doing.
The Spring resident knew she could fly in her red chair down the same slopes or stairs that others skated across. The group, an assembly of family, volunteers from her church and young participants, gathered first in an air-conditioned room. Bailey found a beginners clinic for wheelchair skating i...
Doing well and doing good are not mutually exclusive. Our Kind Business #NiceWork program celebrates the thousands of benevolent businesses who make the world a better place and the people who make these businesses work. Know a kind business in your area? Tell us! We want to give them a shout out.
After being released from prison, Aaron Tucker of #Bridgeport CT was on his way to his first job interview. But when he saw a car accident, this #hero sprung into action and helped save a life. Moved community members set up a GoFundMe page, raising more than $50,000 for him as of 7/14. #PassitOn
A man who was on his way to a job interview a week after being released from jail jumped off a city bus to save a car crash victim. Aaron Tucker, from Bridgeport, Connecticut, was on the bus early in the morning on his way to the Dinosaur Bar-B-Que restaurant for his interview after being released f...