Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Hit-squad of ‘Do-gooders’ surprise New Yorkers with random acts of street kindness including handing out free money… and there’s no catch

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They quiz subway passengers in New York for cash prizes, with questions including 'what colour is the sky?'

It's members hand out free pizza to strangers and tape dollar bills to street signs beneath the tempting message, 'Grab One'.

Sound too good to be true? The Doers Network say there is no hidden agenda, no mailing list and no religious message - they thrive off the buzz of putting a smile on someone's face.

Led by 23-year-old Jesse Speer, members of the not-for-profit organisation, are bringing their random acts of kindness to the UK, expanding from their New York base.

Since its creation, the network has raised thousands of dollars in donations, and attracting intrigue and new members across America.

But UK domination is just the tip of the iceberg, with the network aiming to open branches all across the world.

Mr Speer, who hails from Williamsburg in Brooklyn, said: 'I don't want it to be a charity, I just want to invoke a sense of kindness.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2552134/Do-gooders-group-carry-acts-kindness-streets-New-York-hit-UK.html#ixzz2sTajUtAj 

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