Signal a Deeder in your area and make meaningful connections in our community!
No matter what your situation or status, if you’re not helping others then you’re not living a truly meaningful life.
We all need a little help from time to time. As Roy says, we shouldn’t be embarrassed to ask for help. Asking for help gives someone an opportunity to do good and make a meaningful connection.
The DeeditForward App is used to connect people who need a little help with those that willing and able to come lend a hand. The app acts as a communication channel to connect good samaritans, nonprofits, and local businesses on a single platform for doing good.
Bay Area residents looking to help and receive help from their neighbors, take note: there’s an app for that. DeeditForward connects people wanting to help others with people who need help. The idea is simple:
Since its latest release in February, 3,000 people have signed up with the DeeditForward app to perform good deeds across the Bay Area. While the app has facilitated hundreds of good deed connections, the majority of people on the app are looking to help and few users are posting requests to receive help. To fix…
Would you do a good deed if a favorite GoFundMe cause might get tipped? Matthew Pearson, an engineer in Fortuna, and his partner, a former Humboldt resident, Travis Wentworth are hoping a lot of kind folks might want to help one person and, hopefully, help fund a worthy cause.